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Morning Reads: Silver on Millionaire Tax, Bookshop Battle, Critiquing Carsten Holler

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  • Sheldon Silver says letting the millionaire tax lapse amounts to a tax cut for the rich (Capital).
  • Police arrest a man wanted in a series of downtown robberies, including an early morning hold-up at a bodega on Avenue A and 3rd Street (DNA Info).
  • More on the plight of the St. Mark’s Bookshop; the Cooper Square Committee says of the store’s landlord: “We had hoped Cooper Union would play a role in stabilizing and preserving the character of the Lower East Side, and are saddened that it seems to be choosing to help destroy it.” (EV Grieve)
  • Jeremiah Moss proposes a boycott of any business that might replace the St. Mark’s Bookshop, in the event that the beloved store were to close (Jeremiah).
  • Art critic Karen Rosenberg assesses the new Carsten Holler exhibition at the New Museum (NYT).


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