Afternoon Reads: Affordable Housing Report, Velazquez’s New Challenger, Street Hockey Devotees

We didn’t get a chance to post morning news links so here you go… better late than never!

A new report finds that affordable housing in New York is not all that affordable, and it’s concentrated in just a few areas, including the Lower East Side (NYT).

Attorney Jeff Kurzon is challenging U.S. Rep. Nydia Velazquez (Politicker).

The new Bishop of Camden receives some impressive support from St. Teresa Parish on the LES (Catholic Star Herald).

Is El Sombrero closing? Not yet but it’s not looking good (Jeremiah).

Penny Arcade celebrates 13 years of documenting an endangered species, the Lower East Side artist (Capital).

Checking out some fierce street hockey action in Tanahey Park (NYT).

 

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