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The Lo-Down Magazine - September 2013

The Lo-Down Magazine - September 2013

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The monthly print magazine from The Lo-Down, the Lower East Side's news and information source.
The monthly print magazine from The Lo-Down, the Lower East Side's news and information source.

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LO-DOWN
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 www.thelodownny.com
News from the Lower East Side
 
SEPT.
2013
BUILDINGBATTLESohoHouse’sBig PlayBUILDINGBATTLE SohoHouse’sBig Play
Sorella:The CookbookSorella: The Cookbook
 
LO-DOWN
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Ed Litvak
Editor-in-Chief 
Traven Rice
General Manager/Arts Editor 
 Jennifer Strom
Associate Editor 
Kim Sillen
Art Director 
 Alex M. Smith
Contributing Photographer 
Evan Forsch
Cartoonist
 Advertising inquiries:
ads@thelodownny.com
Story tips:
tips
@
thelodownny.com
Contact us:
646-861-1805
The Lo-Down is a publication of Lo-Down Productions LLC, © 2013.
 
LO-DOWN
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September 2013
letter
from the Editor:
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t’s among the top questions I’m asked: “what’shappening with Soho House?” Since February,when the news first broke, everyone’s beeneager to know whether the exclusive privatemembers club would prevail in its quest to opena new location on Ludlow Street. The fiercebattle for a liquor permit has stirred strongemotions among supporters and opponents.This month, as a final decision from the StateLiquor Authority looms, our cover story looks atthe Soho House controversy and, more broadly,the community’s shifting response to prolif-erating nightlife venues. Also in this issue, wehave a first look at the new cookbook fromSorella, the five-year-old Italian restaurant onAllen Street. The book is, of course, chock full of recipes but also packed with behind-the-scenesstories from two young culinary stars, EmmaHearst and Sarah Krathen. And our September My LES column features Michelle Myles, whorecently relocated her longtime shop, DaredevilTattoo, from Ludlow Street to Division Street. Wehope you enjoy the magazine, and remember:you can stay up to the minute with everythinghappening on the Lower East Side every day atthelodownny.com.
in this issue
Cover Story
The battle for Soho House
 New Arrivals
Rizzo’s Pizza, Pet Island, Vanity Projects
 Primary Election 2013
District 1 voters choose a City Councilcandidate
 Neighborhood News
Rapfogel fired, East Broadway brawl, Kossar’sis sold
Calendar/Featured Events
Opening Night on Orchard, Kings at theNuyorican, DayLife
 The Lo-Dine
Sorella Means Sister 
, a new cookbook fromEmma Hearst and Sarah Krathen
 My LES
Michelle Myles of Daredevil Tattoo
Cartoon
Lower East Sideways
 
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On the cover: A rendering of theproposed Ludlow House venue.Courtesy: Soho House.
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Ed Litvak
Manny Cantor Center
 
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Sept. 4-6: Rosh HaShanaSept. 13-14: Yom Kippur Sept. 26-27: Simchat Torah
For more info:stantonstshul.com

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