Newsletter: Nov. 7
DIRTY BIRD ON CHAMBERS IS CLOSED
Insert big sad emoticon here: kid-fave (and yes, adults too) Dirty Bird on Chambers has closed “for the moment” and hopefully not for good.
LOS TACOS NO. 1 WILL REOPEN TODAY
Despite this ominous note on the door, the taco stand will open today after a bout of technical difficulties.
SEEN & HEARD
Tribeca MedSpa hosting PS 89 fundraiser. Plus seeing the light at Pier 40; a show of Dutch designers on Canal; Cafe Atelier and 112 Hudson lose their sidewalk bridge.
BUBBY’S FOUNDER GETS COOKING – WITH CANNABIS
Ron Silver has always been committed to weed, but now his love of food and science and study have got him tinkering with a process to make THC water soluble.
SEEN & HEARD
Shop local for Duane Park. Plus a show of Mongol art never seen out of Asia; The River Project hosts an event to release its fishes for the season; Miranda Lambert lip syncs on Walker Street.
IN THE NEWS
Streets paved with gold. Plus Japanese pancakes come to Grand Street; trophy homes are not selling like hotcakes; the City Council looks at film shoot permits; upcoming show at Artists Space.
CB1 AGENDAS FOR NOVEMBER
Tacombi outpost to get liquor license; updates from the DDC and ConEd on construction; the bar (?) planned for Jamba Juice space; Millennium High School expansion plans.