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Morning Reads: Panel Passes on Silver Investigation, “Proper Professionals” Moving to Alphabet City, “Buried on Avenue B”

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  • The state ethics commission investigating Assemblyman Vito Lopez will not, at least at the moment, broaden its inquiry to include the conduct of State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver (NYT, Post).
  • The Nicelle Beauchene and Jack Hanley galleries are moving in together on Broome Street (Artinfo).
  • Alpahbet City is going upscale, attracting new residents — “not just waiters and bartenders and that kind of thing. These are proper professionals now,” one real estate exec boasts (WSJ).
  • The Lower East Side figures prominently in Peter De Jonge’s new novel, “Buried on Avenue B.” (NYT)
  • “Desperate Endeavors” a film based on the life of Essex Card Shop owner Jayant Patel, opens at the Quad Cinema (EV Grieve).


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