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Morning Reads: Alleged Bank Robber Arrested, Congressional Candidates Face Off, Williamsburg Bridge Stardom

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  • Police arrest an alleged bank robber at the Chase branch on Delancey Street (Post).
  • NY1’s Errol Louis interviews U.S. Rep. Nydia Velazquez, who faces three challengers in next month’s Democratic Primary (NY1). Last week, Erik Dilan (another 7th District candidate) made his case for unseating Velazquez (NY1). The Observer sums up their back-and-forth.
  • Following the death of Army Private Danny Chen, a Chinatown native, Velazquez seeks to strengthen legislation meant to stop hazing (Army Times).
  • “After school” budget cuts: Educational Alliance program profiled (WABC).
  • Not everyone’s so thrilled about the creation of 500 underground parking spaces as part of the Seward Park Development Project (Streetsblog).
  • The Landmarks Commission protects the city’s last surviving horse auction mart building at 128 East 13th Street. The building was also Frank Stella’s studio (EV Grieve).
  • There are already 400 people on the waiting list for apartments at 250 Bowery (Curbed).
  • Moment of zen: rainy day time lapse in Blue’s penthouse (Curbed).
  • At Reena Spaulings Fine Art on East Broadway: British artist Merlin Carpenter has recreated the Tate Cafe (Artinfo).
  • “This summer’s biggest star: the Williamsburg Bridge.” (Gothamist)
  • On the Bowery: Faerman Cash Register Company (WNYC).


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