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Morning Reads: The Low Line, Pit Bull Attacks, Ludlow Manor Parties

Must Read

  • The Low Line gets its New York Times moment (NYT).
  • More on the city’s lawsuit against Eldridge Street’s  Island Smokes (NYT).
  • The Cooper Square Hotel is sold for $91 million.
  • Two recent  pit bull attacks have raised concerns among neighborhood dog owners (DNA Info).
  • State Senator Daniel Squadron urges the DOE to find new solutions to overcrowded downtown schools (Gotham Schools).
  • Activists hope the owner of the former P.S. 64 will agree to devote at least a part of the building to a community gathering space (The Local EV).
  • The Bowery Mission hosted its Thanksgiving banquet yesterday (NY1).
  • Friday’s opening at Ludlow Manor; if you’re into “leather, fashion mullets, chains, grit and rock this is the place to be.” (Joonbug)


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