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Suzanne Wasserman

A Chronicler of the Lower East Side: Remembering Historian and Filmmaker Suzanne Wasserman

People have been telling the story of the Lower East Side for generations. Few people have told that story in the past few decades with the passion, insight and generosity of Suzanne Wasserman.

The Lower East Side’s Newest Food Critics – AndrewAndrew

Our friends (and new neighbors) AndrewAndrew recently discovered the sandwiches at Sunny and Annie's deli (94 Ave. B at E. 6th St.). Everyone (including AndrewAndrew) agrees, the deli's "Pho Real" sandwhich is particularly delicious.  Check out their "Insta-Review" above.

Tenement Talks – Sweatshop Cinderella, A Real Life Rags to Riches Story From the L.E.S.

Filmmaker and historian Suzanne Wasserman will be at the Tenement Museum this evening for the museum's Tenement Talks Series. Wasserman will screen her latest film, Sweatshop Cinderella, a short documentary about the fascinating life of the Jewish immigrant writer,...

Tenement Talks: Life on the L.E.S. – Photos by Rebecca Lepkoff

Make sure to catch Rebecca Lepkoff at the Tenement Museum tonight (as mentioned in this morning's News Links). Lepkoff has been photographing life on the Lower East Side since the 1930's and she is celebrating the paperback release of...

Pong on Grand St., Chester at ABC No Rio, and a Sweatshop Cinderella on Eldridge

If you are staying out of the fray of the CMJ Music Marathon and Film Festival, there are still plenty of events happening on the Lower East Side this evening: As we've mentioned, the guys from Grand...
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