In the News: On the roof, for cocktails
UP ON THE ROOF – FOR COCKTAILS
The Arlo Hotel’s rooftop bar gets a shout out in the Times’ list of 10 outdoor rooftop venues. They are all at hotels, save for the Cantor roof garden at the Metropolitan.
STUDIO SPACE FOR ARTISTS IN 3 WTC
6sqft reports that Silverstein will host artists residencies in 3 WTC: “In an effort to help struggling artists, a new artist residency is launching at 3 World Trade Center this fall. Funded by developer Silverstein Properties, Silver Art Projects is a “corporate social responsibility initiative” that will host 30 artists every September for up to eight months, providing them with 44,000 square feet of free studio space on the 50th floor of the building.”’
10 YEARS AT SPRUCE AND 276
The Trib has a story on the 10th anniversary of both Spruce Street School and PS/IS 276.
FOR KOSHER FOODIES
Jewish Week has a write-up on Wall Street Grill, the kosher eatery in Fidi that opened in March. Here’s the lede: “A Jew, a Muslim and a Christian walk into a restaurant … and take up their positions in the front of the house, in the kitchen and in the back office.”
SEAPORT RECOMMENDATIONS FROM amNY
amNY puts together a tour of the Seaport with stops at Van Leeuwan for ice cream, breakfast at Café Patoro and drinks at R17.
BIG OOPS AT STUYVESANT
The Daily News reports that Stuy officials sent special certificates of achievement to 400 “reciepients” – seniors who had done good.
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