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Followup: Stabbing, Police Shooting at Vladeck Houses

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Wednesday, Jan. 28, 2015 | Linda Tharp sent along this photo from Corlears Hook Park, where there was a whole lot of sledding going on yesterday. | Weather: Mostly sunny today with a high of 23 | Happening Today: Essex Crossing developers and architects will present the designs for their first four buildings during a forum at Grand Street Settlement  | Send us your photos and tips. |  Subscribe to our daily email.

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Interim Assembly Speaker Will Be Installed Monday; Silver Won’t “Hinder Process” (Updated)

@jillfehr's Instagram. East Broadway next to Seward Park.

Snow Day! What’s Open and Closed

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Man in Critical Condition After Rivington Street Shooting

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NYPD: Suspect Shot After Stabbing Woman at Vladeck Houses

Morning Notes

The #Bowery North, remarkably #bleak and #quiet, 8:30am @bariequipment #nyc #juno

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A short time ago, Governor Cuomo announced that bus and subway service has resumed. By noon, 60% of service will be restored (it will be like a Sunday).

Here in the neighborhood, Community Board 3 has canceled tonight’s meeting. It will now take place either Jan. 29 or Feb. 2. Updates on their website.

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Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2015 | This photo from Chris Castillo poses the question of the morning! Historic blizzard? Not so much | Weather: After dire predictions, we’ve got about 6 inches on the ground with about 3 more inches expected by the end of the day | Happening Today: It’s a snow day! School’s canceled, many people were told not to show up for work. Have fun! The travel ban has been lifted and the MTA is working on getting the trains moving again  | Send us your photos and tips. |  Subscribe to our daily email.

Sheldon Silver, NYC District Attorney Cy Vance, Brian Kavanagh at National Night Out on the Lower East Side this past summer.

Reports: Assembly Democrats Ask Sheldon Silver to Resign as Speaker

Arlene's Grocery - pre-blizzard - on Stanton Street. Photo by Flora Theden.

The Pre-Blizzard on Stanton Street

Our contributor, Flora Theden, sent along this shot of Arlene’s Grocery in the snow — …

Earlier today, Allen Street.

Afternoon Storm Update: State of Emergency, Schools Closed Tuesday

Here’s your midday storm update. Governor Cuomo has announced there will only be limited subway service after 8 p.m… …


Cats From Shuttered Suffolk Street Parking Lot Available For Adoption

Morning Reads: Murder Case Five Decades in the Making, Wolfpack, Ludlow Street 1995

Antonio Ciccarello was stabbed in the 1950s on the Lower East Side. His death in September at the age of 97 has now been classified as a murder (NYT).

Lower East Side resident Collette McLafferty wants to prevent frivolous lawsuits and she’s hoping Sheldon Silver will no longer be standing in her way (Post).

Wolfpack, a documentary debuting at Sundance, chronicles the lives of seven kids locked in an apartment on the Lower East Side who learn about the outside world by watching films (LA Times).

A look at Corey Shaff’s 1990s Lower East Side films: Planet Ludlow and inside the Amato Opera building (Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY).

d.b.a. is back (EV Grieve).

Blizzard Conditions Predicted in New York

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Are you ready for the big storm? The National Weather Service has issued a Blizzard Warning from 1 p.m. today through Tuesday midnight.

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Monday, Jan. 26, 2015 | David Sierra took this photo on an icy Ludlow Street | Weather: A potentially huge storm is bearing down on New York. Light snow will turn heavy after midnight tonight. 18-24 inches expected. Schools, mass transit will likely shut down tomorrow. Today’s high will be 30 | Happening Today: We’ll be tracking the monster storm as well as developments in Albany; Sheldon Silver is expected to temporarily relinquish his duties today  | Send us your photos and tips. |  Subscribe to our daily email.