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Morning Reads: Philip Roth’s “Overzealous Lawyering,” Squadron in 3-Way Race For Public Advocate, Henry Street’s Gala

Must Read

  • Philip Roth sends a “cease and desist” letter to Bryan Zanisnik, who just opened “Every Inch a Man” at Abrons Arts Center (Artnet).
  • State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has been advocating for a minimum wage hike; he says a new poll shows there’s broad public support for the idea (Daily News).
  • The 2013 race for public advocate is shaping up as a three-way battle. State Senator Daniel Squadron is, for the moment, the financial front-runner, having raised $123,000 (WSJ/Paywall).
  • What’s going on at the former illegal hostel on East 7th Street? (EV Grieve).
  • Lots of A-listers flocked to Gotham Hall for Henry Street Settlement’s annual gala (W Magazine, Vogue).
  • Occupy.com holds its launch event at an East Village bar (The Local EV).


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