Morning Reads: MOSCOT Expansion, Cycling Dangers, Spitzer in the ‘Hood

  • LES Institution MOSCOT announced yesterday it would expand across the East River to Brooklyn and open a third store in Cobble Hill. (Racked)
  • The intersection at Bowery and Houston ranks as the city’s deadliest for cyclists, according to a new study, which also spawned an interactive crash map. (Local EV, Village Voice)
  • The death of U.S. Army Pvt. Danny Chen, a Chinatown resident, is under investigation. (DNAInfo)
  • Eliot Spitzer at the Tenement Museum last night: “I am intensely sympathetic to the Occupy Wall Street folks.” Also, he said it’s time for Geithner to go. (Capital NY)

 

Eliot Spitzer at Tenement Museum Tomorrow Night

If you’re planning on attending “Tenement Talks” at the Tenement Museum tomorrow night, you will want to get there early. There will likely be a big crowd on hand to listen to former Governor Eliot Spitzer. He’ll be appearing alongside Jesse Eisinger and Jake Bernstein of Pro Publica about their Pulitzer Prize winning investigation of the “Wall Street Money Machine.”  The event gets started at 6:30 p.m.