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LES: An Endangered Place – Screening, Discussion Next Week

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If you haven’t seen the documentary, “The Lower East Side: An Endangered Place,” there’s another opportunity to catch it next week.

It will be part of a program this coming Tuesday night at the Museum of the City of New York. The event, “In Danger of Extinction: Gentrification in East Harlem and on the Lower East Side,” costs $12, but the museum is offering its members discount to readers of The Lo-Down

Robert Weber, who directed the film for the Two Bridges Neighborhood Council, will be on a panel with Ed Morales and Laura Rivera, who made “Whose Barrio?”

The program begins at 630pm. Reservations (required) can be made through the museum’s web site, by calling 917-492-3395 or by emailing programs@mcny.org. Cost: $6 Museum members and Lo-Down readers; $8 seniors and students; $12 non-members. Mention The Lo-Down to get your discount.

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