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Morning Reads: Snow Storm Lawsuit, Public Housing Safety, More on the ATP Festival

Must Read

  • The family of a Lower East Side woman who died waiting for an ambulance during a 2010 blizzard is suing the city (Post).
  • A 72-year old woman was hit by a police traffic enforcement vehicle on the Bowery last night (Gothamist).
  • Local lawmakers are releasing a survey today based on a questionnaire sent to public housing residents about security in their buildings (Daily News).
  • “Imagining the Lowline,” an “amuse-bouche… to help you imagine what it might be like to step into the world’s first underground park.” (New Yorker)
  • Manhattan’s District Attorney has started a preliminary investigation into reports that Sheldon Silver’s children voted on the Lower East Side even though they live elsewhere; it is considered very unlikely that they’d face prosecution (Daily News).
  • The Local 269 is temporarily closed (EV Grieve).
  • Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs talks about this weekend’s ATP Festival at Pier 36, and other topics (Spinner).
  • Local Joint: May Wah Vegetarian Market (NYT).


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