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Morning Reads: Weekend Bloodshed, Poker in the Classroom, Carmelo on the LES

Must Read

  • A trail of blood in the East Village after two weekend stabbings (Gothamist, EV Grieve).
  • Tom Duane, the first openly gay member of the state Senate, will not seek re-election (Daily News).
  • After school cuts: P.S. 140 program run by Educational Alliance is profiled; Schools Chancellor implies funding may very well be restored during City Council negotiations (YouTube).
  • Poker is part of the curriculum at the Henry Street School for International Studies (WSJ).
  • Mission Chinese Food donates a portion of its profits to organizations fighting hunger; this month’s recipient is the Bowery Mission (NY1).
  • Carmelo Anthony celebrates his 28th birthday at Sons of Essex (Post).
  • SuChin Pak talks about her move to LA and the new, super-sized version of the Hester Street Fair on the West Coast (Hearty Magazine).
  • The Parkside Lounge is the latest neighborhood venue turning to crowdfunding (The Local EV).
  • Multimedia artist Tacita Dean pays tribute to five groundbreaking American artists at the New Museum (Bloomberg).


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