Morning Reads: DOE Makes a Deal With Success Academy, Organizing the Gentrifiers, Mission Chinese Opening

The Department of Education agrees to provide space in traditional public school buildings for at least some of Success Academy’s new charter schools. The charter …

Morning Reads: Tompkins Tire Swing Death, Fung Wah’s Comeback, Silver’s Deposition Delayed

The city has no plans to remove tire swings in neighborhood parks after the death of a man in the East Village (Post).

More on …

Morning Reads: Sunshine Cinemas Terror Threat, Tompkins Square Park Death, Fung Wah Back in Business

The premiere of “The Interview” at the Sunshine Cinemas, scheduled for tomorrow night, was cancelled after terror threats were received from the Sony hackers. Homeland …

Morning Reads: Brooklyn Bridge Assault Video, NYCHA Spending, 204 Forsyth Renderings

Police are looking for several suspects in the assault of two lieutenants on the Brooklyn Bridge during Saturday’s protests. Video has emerged of the incident …

Morning Reads: Restaurant Health Inspections, Brooklyn Bridge Protest, Squatting on the LES

More New York City restaurants are receiving more “A” grades from the city’s Health Department, but the highest concentration of “C’s” is on the Lower …

Morning Reads: Subway Snarl, Silver’s Other Jobs, Amy Sedaris Pops Up on Rivington Street

It could be another tough day on the subway. A manhole fire at West 4th Street last night damaged signal power cables and caused disruptions …

Morning Reads: Ian Schrager’s LES Vision, East 1st Street Fire Victim, SantaCon Lawyers Up

Ian Schrager talks about his vision at 215 Chrystie, the new luxury hotel/apartment project. It’s a “tough luxe” concept that “sort of captures the spirit …

Morning Reads: Fatal Fire, East Side Students Walk Out, Affordable Housing Plan Concerns

A 20-year-old woman was killed in an early morning apartment fire on East 1st Street (Daily News).

Students at East Side Community High School defy …

Morning Reads: Charges Filed in Bowery Traffic Death, Silver’s Outside Income, Former LES Hacker Speaks

The district attorney has filed homicide charges against the driver who killed a resident of the Bowery Mission last month (Streetsblog).

Only eight Council members, …

Morning Reads: Community Schools Initiative, Big Seaport Meeting, Russ & Daughters Doc Debuts

The city announces a new community schools initiative at P.S. 15 (Chalkbeat).

Students at Bard High School joined a protest against the Ferguson grand jury …

Morning Reads: Silver Faces Questioning in Lopez Lawsuit, Plantworks Lives On, 1 World Trade Center Critiqued

State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver is expected to give a deposition Dec. 17 in a federal lawsuit filed by two victims of former Assemblyman Vito …

Morning Reads: Thanksgiving at the Bowery Mission, Chinatown Bus Nostalgia, Lowline Update

The Bowery Mission served thousands of Thanksgiving meals (Daily News).

Feeling nostalgic for the Chinatown bus experience (Motherboard).

Status report: The Lowline Project (AP via …

Morning Reads: East 10th Street Robbery, Bowery Mission Ready, 155 Attorney St. Renderings

Cops are looking for two suspects who stole a bag and $2,000 from a woman on East 10th Street and sprayed her in the face …

Morning Reads: Mourning Subway Shoving Victim, ACLU Shows Kids How to Handle Cops, Eminem Release Party

Friends and loved ones of Wai Kuen Kwok marched through Chinatown yesterday, remembering the victim of the deadly shoving tragedy in a Bronx subway station …

Morning Reads: Krugman on the Tenement Museum, Silver Venting, MTA Maintenance 2015

Paul Krugman uses his love for the LES Tenement Museum to explain his support for President Obama’s immigration initiative (NYT).

Sheldon Silver is about to …