The Day | Architect Defends Synagogue Penthouse

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Good Morning, East Village.

Congregation Adas Le Israel Anshei Meseritz is concerned that plans to convert much of the synagogue to apartments will ruin the building’s facade. The architect assures congregants the proposed penthouse will not be visible from the street. [DNA Info]

The Angel Orensanz Foundation is showing an exhibition by its namesake artist as part of Armory Show and the Art Show. “Transparent Matter” runs today through Saturday. [The Lo-Down]

Success Academy presented a proposal for two new charter schools in the Lower East Side last night. [The Lo-Down]

Artist Walter Robinson’s work is on display at Dorian Grey Gallery until March 31.  The exhibition is titled “Indulgences.” [Bowery Boogie]

The Men played at the Bowery Ballroom last night to a sold-out crowd. [Village Voice]

On the heels of its Times review, Might Quinn’s enters Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings. [Grub Street]