The Day | Some ‘Juicy’ Celebrity Gossip

Phillip Kalantzis-Cope

Good morning, East Village.

First, the celebrity news: The New York Post mentions that Uma Thurman was at Liquiteria buying an all-greens juice as well as a fruit-and-wheatgrass mix.

The Daily Mail has action shots of “American Idol” star Katharine McPhee filming scenes for “Smash” in the East Village. The Local warned parkers that the NBC show, also starring Anjelica Huston, would be filming.

EV Grieve finds Department of Buildings records indicating that the latest outpost of Subway will occupy a space on First Avenue between Sixth and Seventh Streets, right near the shuttered Polonia restaurant.

East Village Arts raves about local multimedia artist Steel Neal, who has lived on East Fourth Street since 1992. His latest project is “Artmerica with Steel Neal,” a TV pilot that looks at what it takes to create art. “Art is everywhere. You just have to pay attention,” he says.

Bowery Boogie notes Nate Padavick’s penciled portraits of Lower East Side small-business owners, featured on They Draw & Travel.

And if you’re trying to park today on Avenue A, Con Edison left notices in buildings informing that “due to space needed for transport of an oversize trailer related to the replacement of a transformer at our Avenue A substation,” there’s no parking on Avenue A between East Fourth and East Seventh Streets from today through Sunday night. Happy parking.