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Morning Reads: Chinatown Bus Battles, Putting Pressure on the Wyndham Hotel, Union Market Update

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  • Law enforcement officials crack down on big bus operators after they try to muscle in on the commuter van business that connects New York City’s Chinese communities (NYT).
  • Asian Americans for Equality hopes to put pressure on a Chinatown landlord and the Wyndham Hotel Chinatown, three years after residents of 128 Hester Street were displaced from their homes (NY1).
  • The long-delayed Union Market predicts a late summer opening (EV Grieve).
  • A new “cash mob” to help St. Mark’s Bookshop relocate to a smaller space in the East Village (Jeremiah).
  • On set at the CBGB film shoot: Savannah locals try to recreate the 1970’s New York City vibe (Savannah Morning News).
  • 500 participants take part in the Brooklyn Bridge swim (Channel 4).


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