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Morning Reads: Changes at Billy’s Antiques, Precinct Pizza Outrage, New Bar Debuts at 247 Eldridge

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  • Another piece of the old Bowery fades away. The tent housing “Billy’s Antiques” on East Houston Street is coming down; Billy Leroy will set up shop in a new building his landlord plans on constructing where the tent now stands (NYT).
  • 7th Precinct cops snarf up pizzas meant for Occupy Wall Street protesters (NYT).
  • A new bar opens at 247 Eldridge this week. “If Mom Only Knew” will feature “a revolving drink menu and guest mixologists, plus a roster of hot DJs” — but it’s being called a “neighborhood” spot (Post).
  • A new look at 1960’s counterculture on the Lower East Side: Ed Sanders and the Fugs (Pop Matters).
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