The Day | Pedestrian Hit By Cab

ZuckerbergScott Lynch

Good morning, East Village.

A woman was hit by a cab Sunday afternoon. [More Than Usual]

One of the cars that caught on fire early Saturday belonged to Father Pat Maloney. [DNA Info]

Susan Faludi recalls Shulamith Firestone, the late feminist. “Few were as radical, or as audacious, as Shulamith Firestone. Just over five feet tall, with a mane of black hair down to her waist, and piercing dark eyes behind Yoko Ono glasses, Firestone was referred to within the movement as ‘the firebrand’ and ‘the fireball.'” [New Yorker]

The woman found dead at the Canal Street subway station on Sunday was last seen at a 14th Street bar, McKenna’s Pub. [Gothamist, NY Post]

“Marisol Valles Garcia was only 20 when she accepted the top law enforcement job in Praxedis G. Guerrero. It’s a town near the Texas border overrun by drug violence. Her predecessor was shot to death in July 2009. Now 23, she’ll attend the production of ‘So Go the Ghosts of Mexico’ at La MaMa in the East Village on Sunday.” [Wall Street Journal]

MAMA Groups’ Liverpool Barfly has undergone a makeover and is re-opening as East Village Arts Club on April 19. []

MTA operator Danny Hay was at the Delancey Street Station in the Lower East Side Sunday when a man in his 20s had a seizure and fell on to the tracks. Two people jumped down to help and Hay successfully stopped the next train before it entered the station. [NY Daily News]

Grand Street Settlement is planning its annual Taste of the Lower East Side fundraiser for April 25. Fifty area restaurants will present a sampling of food at 82 Mercer for the evening. [Gothamist]

East Village record producer and writer Frank Diggs bequeathed his photos of jazz artists, spanning six decades, to Jazz at Lincoln Center after his death in 2011. The collection contains more than 78,000 photos. [Off the Grid]

A look back at the Bowery “Blue Book,” a collection of photographs and memories of the Bowery’s homeless. [The Lo-Down]