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Email Scan: A Bowling Alley, Saddle Shoes, Sunglasses And A T-Shirt

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We scan the inbox so you don't have to. Today, a whopping four items of note:

FROM: RareDaily
SUBJECT: 300 New York (Pier 60, 23rd St and West Side Highway; 212-835-2695)
MESSAGE: A new bowling alley at Chelsea Piers that offers bottle service and private lanes as well as a food and frozen drinks

FROM: DailyCandy
SUBJECT: Saddle shoes
MESSAGE: They're back, and available to purchase at Camper (125 Prince St at Wooster St, 212-358-1842)
DISCONTINUED: "the latest craze to gain a foothold on the dance floor," "Capezios and jazz shoes, please step aside," "jump and bebop," "get ready to do the stroll, the jive, the jitterbug, the subway ride, and the walk home, "these puppies can be rocked around the clock"

FROM: Wingman Daily
SUBJECT: Kaenon Polarized
MESSAGE: A line of sunglasses developed for athletes that really block the sun

FROM: Best Bets Daily
SUBJECT: Sex Pistols shirt from Junk Food
MESSAGE: This colorful piece is on trend, as letters are the all the rage on t-shirts

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FROM: Thrillist
SUBJECT: Mid-week list of random shit
MESSAGE: Diner Fat Annie's Truck Stop (131 W 33rd St between Sixth and Seventh Aves, 212-695-1122), the River To River Festival (begins June 1st), a screen showing the Bombers vs. the Jays tonight in Bryant Park from 5:30 to 11pm, happy hour from 5 to 7pm Monday through Friday at Varietal (138 W 25th St between Sixth and Seventh Aves, 212-633-1800)

FROM: UrbanBaby Daily
SUBJECT: Mindful Menus: The Guilt-Free Guide to Ordering In
MESSAGE: A book, available online, that helps you choose the healthiest delivery options in your neighborhood