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Morning Reads: Babies Delivered in Taxi Cab, Clayton Patterson Book, CBGB Toilets Shipped to Savannah

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  • Paramedics help deliver twins in the back of a taxi at Clinton and Delancey streets (Gothamist).
  • The Amsterdam News endorses U.S. Rep. Nydia Velazquez in the Democratic Primary, writing “part of her opposition comes from some score-settling in Brooklyn political circles.”  (WNYC)
  • Sheldon Silver appoints himself to the NYC Regional Development Council (LoHud.com).
  • The Merchant’s House Museum steps up its efforts to block a new hotel project on East 4th Street (Villager).
  • In a profile of her summer outpost in Asbury Park, Ulli Rimkus declines to discuss how much longer Max Fish will be on Ludlow Street (Post).
  • Clayton Patterson talks about plans to publish his three volume exploration of the Jews of the Lower East Side (The Forward).
  • Designer Patricia Field talks about her new store on the Bowery and about her new apartment on “East Grand Street.” (WNBC).
  • Crawford Fine Gold Jewelry “surviv(ed) the neighborhood’s transformations from immigrant mecca to neglected slum to hipster haven,” but now has apparently closed (Lost City).
  • The toilets from CBGB are being flown to Savannah to be used in the new film about the iconic Lower East Side club (Savannah Morning News).
  • A dispatch from the first night of the New York Funny Songs Fest (EV Grieve).


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