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Morning Reads: Peace-Making Gangster?, Elsinore Intrigue, Doomsday on Delancey

Must Read

  • A man on trial for the mistaken-identity murder of Glenn Wright admits he’s a Latin King but says he was also a “peacemaker.” (Gothamist)
  • Editorial: Shelly Silver’s minimum wage bill is a “jobs killer.” (Post)
  • In the aftermath of last week’s pension reform vote, some younger members of the Assembly are kind of annoyed with Silver (Daily News).
  • A name change for the Elsinore before it even opens officially – and some apparent conflicts among the partners of the club at 17 Stanton Street (Post).
  • Ghost bikes are placed in various locations around the city to memorialize bicyclists killed by automobiles. One of the bikes can be found at Delancey and Chrystie streets (Epoch Times).
  • The Lower East Side Harm Reduction Center has a new executive director (NYNP).
  • Chinatown Fair, everyone’s favorite old-school arcade, appears to be back from the dead (Joystiq).
  • Abel Ferrara’s “4:44 Last Day on Earth” plays out in a loft above Delancey Street (NYM).
  • Art critic Jerry Saltz is enthralled at the Comfort Inn on Ludlow Street (NYM).


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