Forget it, Jake. It’s Chinatown.C’mon, you know where this is from
Anyways, that’s not all the local news. Tina Fey & Seth Meyers got their protest on in front of Silvercup Studios this week by joining a picket line. And MoMA PS1 has a new director, after hiring the previous one only three years ago. Finally, in the ‘Bank crisis, what bank crisis?’ department comes news of a $350 million financing for a 363-unit residential tower on Jackson Avenue in Court Square. Who knows, maybe to spice it up we get Indonesian food at the base? Then I’ll really have something to write about.
A New Kind of Chinatown – mm-mm
SNL Alums Join Picket Line At Silvercup Studios – I know a great place nearby for lunch, you like Chinese?
MoMA PS1 Hires Hammer’ Museum’s Connie Butler As It’s Next Director – she likes the lunch options nearby
LIC Tower Secures $350 Mil in Financing – whistling through the graveyard…