Lower East Side Links

Photo: Saturday night at Katz’s Deli.

News and notes from the neighborhood:

–It’s time to vote, if you didn’t vote early. Check out your ballot and your polling location for Tuesday’s general election. [NYC Votes]

–The operator of the East Broadway Mall fires back as the city moves to change management of the beleaguered facility. [Channel 7]

–The city is spending more than $100 million to fix the facades at 45 NYCHA complexes, including Meltzer Towers on the Lower East Side. [New York Post]

–Another take on all of the bluster surrounding the East Side Coastal Resiliency Project. [The Guardian]

–Longtime Chinatown resident Henry Chang speaks out about the campaign against the Museum of Chinese in America. [AM New York]

—Review: The film, “Snakehead,” is a “welcome but oversimplified addition to the American crime family saga.” [The New York Times]

–A performance piece at the Hamilton Fish Pool reimagines canceled dance performances during the pandemic. [The New York Times]

–Susan Alexandra Korn opens a bead emporium in “Dimes Square” because it is “the most exciting place to be.” [Vogue]