Morning Reads: New Gallery Watch, Mama’s Food Shop’s Demise, School Takes Over Village Voice Building

  • “Art spaces on the Lower East Side continue to thrive;” Station Independent Projects is coming to 164 Suffolk Street (Artinfo).
  • The Post rails against “see no evil Shelly” Silver for his support of embattled Assemblywoman Naomi Rivera (Post).
  • “What big cities lose when they lose their small businesses;” Jeremiah Clancy talks about his decision to close Mama’s Food Shop (The Atlantic).
  • Grace Church School is taking over the Village Voice offices (The Local EV).