Category Archives: TriBeCa

Essay: Ever wonder how atrocious performances by Anne Hathaway, Jennifer Lawrence, or Meryl Streep won Oscars?

Update December 14, 2018- File this under “Ewwww” It is being reported that Harvey Weinstein slept

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Interview with Bâtard’s acclaimed chef, Markus Glocker

(3,800 people have viewed this as of February 23, 2018) October 1, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD It was a great pleasure to meet the Michelin-starred

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Stuyvesant’s pool and two basketball courts cost $12.50 a month

(8,000 real BPC residents have read this story as of December 13, 2018. We inform.) Update April 19, 2016- The BPCA slashed the cost of memberships in half. A year-long pass is now approximately $15,

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Exclusive tour of the Four Seasons at 30 Park Place

(4,200 people have viewed this as of May 21, 2016) Update May 21, 2016- With this building close to opening, it is a good time to re-post it.

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Review: Nobu Downtown

Update April 28, 2018- I feasted again at Nobu. This time, I ate downstairs with the grownups.

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Essay: Robert De Niro is an idiot and they should stop calling it the “Tribeca” Film Festival

Update December 9, 2018- The cold open of SNL feature De Niro as Mueller. He was atrocious.

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How Manhattan Became a Rich Ghost Town

The shuttered Payard bakery in Goldman Alley October 15, 2018- Even in the alley way of Goldman Sachs, the “rent is too damn high” Nearby Brookfield

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The “Fake Paparazzi” scam

December 7, 2018- On the cover of the Post today is a picture of Amal Clooney. George has been on a multi-year

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Exclusive tour of the World Trade Center’s Tower 3

Edit Edit date and time March 9, 2016

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A tour of World Trade Center Tower 4 and Tower 7

(5,000 people have viewed this as of December 30, 2015) September 19, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD Dara McQuillan of Silverstein Properties took us

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OMG, Taylor Swift shops in Tribeca!

March 27, 2014- Taylor Swift is rumored to have purchased Director Peter Jackson’s old apartment in Tribeca. We hold our nose as we reluctantly post this nonsense.

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PS 150 in Tribeca to be evicted because landlord will not renew lease

Update December 7, 2018- The school will be allowed to stay for a couple of more years until the

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Battery Park City is the most expensive zip code in the country

August 25, 2018- A real estate site posted a survey of the average rental costs per zip code. BPC topped even Tribeca and San Francisco.  

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Review: Bâtard

(3,200 people have read this as of 1-11-2016) January 24, 2015- By Steven E. Greer Tonight, by a strange twist of fate, I finally did it. I ate at the now-world-famous Bâtard in Tribeca. 

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Review update: Augustine in the Beekman Hotel

Update December 4, 2018- Eater reports, “Restaurateur Keith McNally’s FiDi jewel Augustine

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Review: Il Mulino in Tribeca

September 24, 2018- by Steven E. Greer The first and last time I went to the original Il Mulino in the West Village was about 20-years ago.

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Essay: Amazon has destroyed Whole Foods

Update October 15, 2018- A viewer sent us this. Whole Foods is so bad now that they cannot

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Essay: Sheer negligence allowed terrorist truck attack on Lower Manhattan

Update January 29, 2018- I told you so. We Inform. Victims of the Halloween ISIS attack are suing the city for negligence.

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Essay: Hollywood Communists Control Mayor de Blasio and Disrupt Communities at Will with Film Shoots

October 4, 2018- A Tribeca dog walker with a blog is complaining about the incessant Hollywood films

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Exclusive: Harvey Weinstein met with the woman he allegedly groped the next day at the Tribeca Grand Hotel

Update October 5, 2017- The Post reports that Harvey Weinstein is lawyering up ahead of the release of

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