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Senior Center Politics, Heroin Stamp Project, the Great Chinese Food Debate

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Juan Gonzalez criticizes Bloomberg’s decision to close senior centers, highlighting LES tenant activists (Daily News).

Shelly “brushes aside” governor’s talk of a Monday budget deadline (Daily News).

Daniel Squadron advocates for a new kind of business, a “benefit corporation.” (Observer).

A sweltering night battling over bars at CB3’s full board meeting (EV Grieve).

The “Heroin Stamp Project” at the White Box Gallery (NYT).

Ping pong returns to Gulick Park (Friends of Gulick Park).

“Any restaurant that does Chinese food at a high level with quality ingredients (and high prices) just would never attract Chinese people (Food in Mouth).

Painkiller: “an oasis of fruity and flowery tropical cocktails on a stretch of Essex Street better known for accordions and menorahs.” (NYT).

Girls Club opens Celebrate Cafe (Fork in the Road).

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