–Donations are pouring in at a Lower East Side fire house for the victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico. [Channel 11]
–A move to oust Manhattan Democratic Leader Keith Wright has been delayed for three months. Local activists outraged by the undemocratic process used to pick a successor to former State Sen. Daniel Squadron are behind the campaign. [Daily News]
–Another look at the art house theater boomlet. On the Lower East Side, we’ve gained the Metrograph but are losing the Sunshine. [Crain’s]
–Eater’s Robert Sietsema and Ryan Sutton were feeling particularly snooty when they visited BYGGYZ, Dewey Dufresne’s new Clinton Street sandwich shop. [Eater]
–Meet Gino Sorbillo, “Italy’s most famous pizzamaker,” who’s coming to the Bowery. [Eater]
–Looking Ahead: This afternoon at 1:30 there will be a ribbon cutting at Sol Lain Playground, which has just been renovated. This event was rescheduled from yesterday. Meanwhile, the groundbreaking for renovations at the East River Park running track will take place on Friday.