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Law & Order: Criminal Intent Fire Sale; Ruschmeyer's Cute Tote

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CHELSEA PIERS—TV memorabilia fans and thrifty bargain hunters unite! From 8am to noon tomorrow, the canceled Law & Order: Criminal Intent will be cleaning house with a massive set sale. All you have to do is bring a box and fill it with whatever you want for just $5. A tipster tells us to look out for mint condition items, such as framed art work and photos, furniture, sinks, womenswear, menswear (no confirmed reports of any leather trench coats worn by Chris "Det. Mike Logan" Noth, though), shoes and...medical equipment. The items you can't fit in a box are priced separately. (We're assuming that includes the x-ray machines). Just follow the paper signs along the East Roadway of Chelsea Piers between Piers 60 and 61. Cue the "doink-doink." [Racked Wire]

THE HAMPTONS—If they gave out Nobel Prices for achievements in the field of swag—and really, why don't they?—then new Montauk bar/restaurant/hotel Ruschmeyer would clean up come October. The tote they handed out to guests over Memorial Day Weekend contained, among other things, balsa wood airplanes, a Mast Brothers Fleur de Sel chocolate bar, and an Apothia aromatic candle. Curbed Hamptons has photo evidence. [CH]

Chelsea Piers

23rd Street and Hudson River New York NY