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Tribeca Citizen | Newsletter: Oct. 31

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HALLOWEEN HIJINKS IN WASHINGTON MARKET PARK
Neighborhood folks brought their artistic talents to the Pumpkin Carving Contest, and the Lesbian & Gay Big Apple Corps Marching Band just brought it.

MUCH MORE THAN A GYM
Allison and Frederick Thompson have created a down-to-earth, accessible and customer-focused community at Tribeca Health & Fitness. Their backgrounds in anatomy and kinesiology (Allison) and clinical chemistry (Frederick) also mean they focus on holistic health, working with naturopaths, physical therapists, acupuncturists and others who can fully address the needs of the client. The studio, at 107 Chambers, has 10,000 square feet of workout space across three levels with areas that include Hammer Strength machines, free weights, conditioning, functional movement, and rehabilitation, as well as fully outfitted locker rooms. Stop by for a free consultation or give a call: 212-732-9466. / Sponsored

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IN THE NEWS
Amber waves of grain in BPC. Plus 25 Park Row is nearing completion; a young architect is suing One World Trade for stealing his design.; 5 World Trade Center proposals are in; The Wonder review.

TURF AT PIER 40 TO GET OVERHAUL
The Hudson River Park Trust is seeking proposals to replace the 3.7 acres of artificial grass in the courtyard at Pier 40 — ASAP.

SEEN & HEARD
New show at Soho Rep. Plus the Stage Door Deli (plus pizza) has reopened on Vesey; Tribeca Alliance holds its meet and greet; a love letter from our northern neighbors.

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SEEN & HEARD
Bubby’s opens this weekend. Plus Walker’s is also back open; TriBeCa Therapy turns 10 and brings on five new therapists; Ryan Roche sample sale at 72 Warren till Thursday; a peek out of the penthouse at 100 Barclay.

CHEF ERIC MCCARTHY IS OUT AT PAISLEY
Paisley was intended to be the vehicle for the star chef, who was last the executive chef at Tamarind, and would have activated a beautiful space on Greenwich and Laight.

LOCAL EXPERT: JULIE REUMERT, OPERA SINGER
A native of Denmark, the soprano has nearly sold out her first concert at Carnegie Hall.

IN THE NEWS
Action on the Duarte Square lot at Canal. Plus the Alamo Drafthouse will have a museum and bar called the Press Room; tallest building in NJ is just across the way; Dean & DeLuca is auctioning off its equipment.





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