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Morning Reads: Remembering A Lower East Side Artist, NYPD Gets First Amendment Refresher, Black Friday Burglary in Soho

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  • Remembering well-known painter Pat Passlof, who lived and worked in a converted synagogue on Forsyth Street.  Passlof died November 13th at the age of 83 (NYT).
  • John Liu’s campaign finance operation is under intense scrutiny, but most Asian American voters in Chinatown and beyond are standing behind him (WSJ).
  • The police commissioner tells precincts “not to unreasonably interfere with media access.” (WNBC)
  • Impatient Black Friday mob burglarizes Hollister store in Soho (Observer).


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  1. Speaking of growing income inequity…check out these two events about a week apart on the Bowery. One on the left (New Museum $50 Lady Gaga book sale) and one on the right (Bowery Mission’s Thanksgiving for homeless). both snaked around the block…

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