The Day | Suspect in Le Basket Robbery Arrested

BowHouston_MuralLauren Carol Smith

The Guardian writes about Goldman Sachs withdrawing $5,000 it gave to the 25-year-old Lower East Side People’s Federal Credit Union, where many in the Occupy Wall Street movement have started banking. After the not-for-profit bank on Avenue B put Goldman Sachs’s name on an invite to a dinner honoring Occupy Wall Street, a representative of the investment bank told the credit union that it would “never get another dime from any big bank,” according to one of author Greg Palast’s sources.

Police have found the man they believe robbed Le Basket at gunpoint last week. According to the Post, Jed Cappelli is also charged with flashing a gun at a bodega on Avenue A and East Third Street early Monday morning. DNA Info points out that the Bronx resident has not been linked to a similar robbery at 131 Second Avenue.

The Wall Street Journal talks to Mink Stole. Best known for her roles in John Waters movies, she’s now starring in an adaptation of a Tennessee Williams comedy, “Now the Cats With Jewelled Claws,” at La MaMa.

The Journal also writes about a $1,000-per-head fundraising dinner for the Edible Schoolyard, prepared by Gabrielle Hamilton. One of the attendees, Jake Gyllenhaal, counts Ms. Hamilton’s restaurant Prune as a favorite.

Elsewhere in the food world, Haute Living stops into Second Avenue newcomer La Cerveceria: “Crafted from the freshest ingredients available including organic and locally harvested finds, the restaurant builds upon the complex, classic flavors of Latin American.”

And according to Grub Street, Amor y Amargo is offering cocktail-making classes.