February 28th, 2013 by TF Cornerstone
Welcome to Magic Mix Juicery
Every neighborhood deserves a great juice bar, but until recently residents of our Financial District apartments had to trek over to Whole Foods on West Street or uptown to the densely-juiced-up Soho and Union Square to get their liquified greens, roots, and/or fruits. But not any more! Late last month, Magic Mix Juicery opened its doors on Fulton Street near William, just a few blocks from several TF Cornerstone buildings; 2 Gold Street, 45 Wall Street and 99 John Deco Lofts. This sparkling new spot … Read More »
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February 26th, 2013 by TF Cornerstone
I know it’s (very) early, but Ragnar Kjartansson’s video installation The Visitors, now at Luhring Augustine in Chelsea, will almost certainly be one of my favorite art exhibitions of the year. Lovely to look at, heartbreaking to hear, and with a slight but welcome streak of goofiness to keep the whole thing grounded, the nine-screen, 64-minute love-song/breakup-poem had me choked up, had me giggling, had me singing out loud hours later, had me mesmerized.
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February 21st, 2013 by TF Cornerstone
There’s a new FIDI bar worth checking out. It is a great concept for an NYC bar and is executed in style. The Dead Rabbit “Grocery and Grog” (really: bar with food and some random groceries in the back) just opened last week in the Financial District, the oldest part of town, in a landmark building on Water Street that dates back to the 1820s. Our 2 Gold Street residents are in luck since it is a short 10 minute walk to this intriguing establishment. … Read More »
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