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–Pandemonium on the J Train! [New York Times]

–A look at the keys to victory for Yuh-Line Niou in Tuesday’s 65AD Primary: “Ultimately, ethnic-identity politics were not the decisive factor in the race. New York City Board of Election statistics show that Ms. Niou prevailed because she was also able to draw from the Assembly district’s diverse neighborhoods — from a sizable Orthodox Jewish community to lower-income residents off Cherry Street to voters in the well-heeled Financial District.” [New York Times]

–“The electoral thwacking suffered by the handpicked successor to New York State Assembly leader Sheldon Silver looks like the last nail in the coffin of the old Lower East Side political order.” [The Forward]

–Donald Trump’s “surprising” support in Chinatown. [City Limits]

–A look at the latest offering from Anthology Film Archives: “Women with a Movie Camera: Female Film Directors Before 1950.” [Film Journal]

–ICYMI: The Lower East Side Partnership holds a visioning exercise on Canal Street tonight from 5-7. [The Lo-Down]
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