Foodfights at Metropolitan Museum of Art
By LASIS Staff
The New York Times did it again. It ran a story story today about food vendors that spoke of disabled veterans, the law, rent-a-vets, and the competitive atmosphere in front of the most prized area for food vendors, the plaza in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The article is, frankly, gibberish, just as its August 2009 article was, that led LASIS to investigate, decipher, and report what was going on. There’s big money at stake: vendor rights once went for a cool $500,000 in that area.
Read our past article and find out what the beef’s all about.