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A.P.C. Finally Opened Its Bond Street Store

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Hot on the heels of Il Buco Vita, NoHo got another shopping location for the well-heeled over the weekend: Kanye-collaborating French clothier A.P.C. opened its fourth NYC store at 49 Bond Street on Saturday. An assistant manager tells us this location, originally slated for March, is more similar to the West 4th Street store than to the Mercer Street flagship, since it carries a “more selective” stock from the current collection.
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Todd P’s ‘New Music’ Venue, Trans-Pecos, Is Up and Running

(Photo: Kristin Leigh Knoll)

(Photo: Kristin Leigh Knoll)

Todd Patrick’s latest all-ages venture, Trans-Pecos, opened last night in the old Silent Barn space on the Bushwick/Ridgewood border. There wasn’t an overabundance of fanfare at the “preview show,” maybe because of an unforeseen pause in L train service. A decent-sized crowd came out to watch Gnaw, Notekillers and Psalm Zero, a lineup curated by Northern Spy Records. But the unknowing visitor might not have guessed that the occasion was semi-momentous, or, more likely, he or she wouldn’t have even known about it at all.
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Next Time You’re Craving Borscht, Look For This Three-Eyed Bear

(Photo: Nikita Richardson)

(Photo: Nikita Richardson)

Normally we’d be freaked out by a giant bear watching over our shoulder while we eat, but for Bushwick’s cozy and ambitious new Russian cafe, we’ll make an exception. “Nobody really recreates Russian food for a modern palette,” says Ksenya Roz, an artist turned cuisinier who opened Dillinger’s less than two weeks ago. More →