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Morning Reads: Cabrini Deal Fails, Pickle Saga, Church/School Separation, Bowery Photos, Sticker Ban

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  • Negotiations to keep Cabrini Nursing Home operating have fallen through, making its April closure likely; Ben Shaoul’s lawyer says he tried. (Local EV)
  • Another development in the historic LES pickle saga: Former Guss’ Pickles proprietor Patricia Fairhurst is opening a store in Clinton Hill, under yet another new name. (BrooklynPaper)
  • Abounding Grace Ministries is facing eviction from PS/MS 34, one of 66 religious organizations in the city losing access to public school spaces on Feb. 12, under a court ruling. (WNYC)
  • Longtime LES photographer Brian Rose shares some recent images of the Bowery. (BrianRose)
  • After 25 years, the city council outlawed those nasty yellow parking violiation stickers this week; turns out, they were born on the LES. (NYT)
  • Police are searching for suspects in two robberies that took place in spas on the Lower East Side and Washington Heights last month. (7Online)
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