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Morning Reads: Nervous Non-Profits, Bridge Battles, Bar Crackdown Due to “Newbies in Fancy Buildings”

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  • Non-profits, including the Lower East Side’s Henry Street Settlement, watch anxiously as “the market wobbles.” (NPR)
  • Our two representatives in the U.S. House (Carolyn Maloney and Nydia Velazquez) figure prominently in a new survey of the most active and least active lawmakers (Daily News).
  • Karl Fischer is designing a 33-unit apartment building on an East 3rd Street site once owned by Community Board 3 member (and affordable housing activist) Barden Prisant (EV Grieve).
  • The bicyclist-pedestrian war on the Brooklyn Bridge intensifies (Post).
  • Lamenting the plight of “classic hotspot” Nublu, Steve Lewis assesses the state of nightlife on the LES, where “real estate interests and determined forces are set to knock down as many (liquor) licenses as they can, in order to make sure the newbies in fancy buildings where tenements once stood can sleep tight at night (Blackbook).
  • “Iconic” Astor Place newspaper vendor gets a reprieve (Post).
  • More on James Franco’s Lower East Side art show (NY Press).


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