Morning Reads: Sandy Two Years Later, New Bowery Gallery, Graffiti War

A new report suggests the Lower East Side bounced back relatively quickly after Hurricane Sandy due to the neighborhood’s “social ties.” (Newsweek)

Investigation: Red Cross botched hurricane aid effort (Pro Publica).

Bridget Donahue, director of Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, is opening a gallery of her own at 99 Bowery (Art News).

What’s one of your first steps after becoming a senior manager at a big bank’s commercial real estate division?  Invite 100 of your best clients to the Tenement Museum (Commercial Observer).

Chico, among others, weighs in on the mayor’s war on graffiti (Vice).