Wednesday, November 21, 2018

EVG Etc.: Kushner bros buy LES hotel; Veniero’s owner talks (pastry) shop


[Biking on 9th Street the other morning]

This 3,500-word investigation found that for at least two decades, the NYCHA routinely disputed tests that revealed lead in its apartments (The New York Times) ... de Blasio unveils plan to repair and upgrade 62,000 NYCHA apartments (ABC 7)

Jared and Josh Kushner are buying the Hotel on Rivington (Richard Johnson/Page Six)

El Rey is closing next week on Stanton Street (Eater ... Grub Street)

Cops looking for this man who allegedly placed a swastika sticker on the downtown 6 at Bleecker (Daily News)

Behind the scenes with Robert Zerilli, the fourth-generation owner of Veniero’s on 11th Street (6sqft)

Video: A juvenile red-tailed hawk on 7th Street drops his lunch (The Post)

This $$$ rental at 12 Avenue A comes with a 200-foot movie screen (6sqft)

"Citizen Kane" coming in 35mm for one-night only on Nov. 28 (City Cinemas Village East)

New Delancey Street bike lanes debut (The Lo-Down)

Book suggestions to buy locally on Small Business Saturday (Off the Grid) And... Shakespeare & Co. has opened an outpost on the Upper West Side (Jeremiah's Vanishing New York)

Overview of the Andy Warhol retrospective at the Whitney (Gotham Magazine) ... and closer to home, the exhibition "Andy Warhol: Endangered Species" continues over at the Ukrainian Museum on Sixth Street (EVG)

Diversions: John Doe of X picks his all-time favorite punk records (The Mercury News)

Artonement is a week-long pop-up show, which opened last night, presented by Adrian Wilson... you can check out the work from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily until Nov. 28 at 198 Allen St., which is just south of Houston...

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