It’s Eleanor Roosevelt’s birthday today. The New-York Historical Society gave us permission to post this photo: Eleanor Roosevelt at the New-York Historical Society exhibit “Votes for Women,” October 1952.
October 11, 2012 Weather: Sunny, High of 57 Degrees.
Events today include a debate-watching party, numerous free concerts, and more.
The 204-unit building at 166 West 75th Street is in foreclosure and will be auctioned off on November 7. The building also houses the restaurant ‘Cesca. (The Real Deal)
Picholine on 64th Street reopened last night after a very long closure. (Eater)
There’s an apartment at 15 Central Park West that is actually having trouble selling. (Curbed)
An exciting free jazz concert is scheduled to be held in Central Park next month to coincide with peak foliage: “Central Park will host an unusual jazz concert in November as the fall foliage reaches its peak: 30 ensembles have been asked to play a collection of standards at different locations around the park, creating a sprawling concert with a communal set list, organizers said.” (NY Times)
Harlem is getting a greenmarket that’s open at night. Brilliant! Can we please have one too (as long as the market is rat-proof)? (Daily News)