The wife of a Canal Street vendor prevails against the city in court (Channel 5).
Caught on tape: man steals $11,000 from immaculate Conception Church on 14th Street (Channel 7).
While promising more equitable funding, New York City’s new park’s commissioner is non-committal on a proposal from State Sen. Dan Squadron to require elite park conservancies to share their wealth (Daily News).
Sheldon Silver is blocking legislation in Albany that would protect the jobs of horse carriage riders (Daily News).
A look at SHoP, one of the lead architectural firms behind Essex Crossing and many other NYC maga-projects (Curbed).
After a disastrous opening on the Bowery, Paulaner is ready for a relaunch (Crain’s).
“Immigrant” director James Gray on the Lower East Side: “the weirdest mix of human beings ever.” (Tablet)
Scout Willis, daughter of Bruce Willis, walks around the Lower East Side topless to protest Instagram ban (Channel 11).