–The Times details the latest evidence presented in the Sheldon Silver federal corruption trial — a 2012 letter spelling out the referral fee arrangement involving Glenwood Management, a major real estate developer.
—Channel 7 reports a man was pushed onto the train tracks at the East Broadway station Thursday. He was not hurt.
–A crackdown on dangerous driving is coming to numerous streets in the city, including South Street, Channel 7 notes.
–“Finding humanity on the Lower East Side.” In the New Yorker, Hilton Als talks up Nilaja’s Sun’s new solo show, “Pike St.,” at the Abrons Arts Center.
—Coming to Alden Projects on December 11, “An unorthodox look at the commercial side of Frank Stella’s 50-year career.”