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UPPER EAST SIDE—Madison Avenue is still firmly in the grip of macaron fever. Earlier today, Eater NY reported that the line at brand-new French pastry shop Maison Ladurée had subsided a bit, but we hear from a tipster that it's back to full strength and running all the way down the block. [EaterNY; RackedWire]
LINCOLN CENTER—Back in January, Fashion Week neighbors complained about the event's generators, which they said pumped out noise and exhaust for over a month. So this time around, organizer IMG will only use six generators, rather than nine. They're also switching to cleaner machines and a biodiesel fuel. [DNAinfo]