Happening Today: NYCHA Storm Readiness Audit, Extell Meeting, Johnnyswim Christmas at Bowery Ballroom

The scene on South Street after Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Virginia Jones.
The scene on South Street after Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Virginia Jones.
The scene on South Street after Hurricane Sandy. Photo by Virginia Jones.

Some of the things happening on the Lower East Side today:

–At 11 a.m., NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer comes to the Alfred E. Smith Houses to unveil an audit showing that NYCHA is “woefully unprepared” for the next superstorm.

–At 6:45 p.m., executives of Extell Development will meet the neighbors to discuss construction issues at One Manhattan Square, the 80-story luxury tower/resort going up in the former Cherry Street Pathmark site. Manny Cantor Center, 197 East Broadway.

–There’s an opening reception tonight at the Lodge Gallery for Between Us, an exhibition of works by four generations of New York Academy of Art alumni and faculty. More info here.

–The husband-and-wife team, Abner Ramirez and Amanda Sudano, bring their “Johnnyswim Christmas” to the Bowery Ballroom. 9 p.m., $30.

–Scott Sharrard (lead guitarist and musical director of the Gregg Allman Band) plays Rockwood Music Hall at 8:30 p.m.