Morning Reads: Skateboard Beating Followup, NYCHA Lawsuit, LES Gallery Owner’s $126 Million Bid

More on the brutal beating of a Grand Street store owner; he’s having reconstructive face surgery on Saturday and might lose his vision in one eye (WCBS).

Public housing tenants file a lawsuit to stop NYCHA’s plan to lease property to luxury housing developers (Daily News).

Two women who accused Vito Lopez of sex harassment try to prevent Sheldon Silver from having a federal lawsuit dismissed (Post).

The owner of a Korean art gallery on Grand Street bid $126 million for a Francis Bacon painting at Christie’s, but ultimately lost out (WSJ).

Julliard is hosting an evening of World War II era Jewish music at the Museum at Eldridge Street (The Jewish Week).