In the News: Stuyvesant Student Stockbroker

••• A woman jumped to her death at 15 Broad. —New York Post

••• Taylor Swift threw herself a birthday party at her Franklin Street apartment and lots of celebrities came. —New York Daily News

••• Many of those people lined up outside 280 Broadway are expediters paid to deal with the Department of Buildings. —New York Times

••• “The South Street Seaport Museum’s galleries at 12 Fulton St. have been closed to the public since April 2013 because of damage to the building’s electrical system caused by Superstorm Sandy, which hit on Oct. 29, 2012. But this weekend, the lobby of the 12 Fulton St. building is reopening with displays about the historic Fulton Fish Market, photographs from the museum’s collection and other artifacts.” —Downtown Post NYC

••• “A kid from Queens has made tens of millions of dollars—by trading stocks on his lunch breaks at Stuyvesant High School, New York magazine reports in its Monday issue. Mohammed Islam is only 17 and still months away from graduating—but worth a rumored $72 million.” —New York Post UPDATE: The kid made it up. —New York Observer

••• Sanatcon seeped its way into the neighborhood yesterday. Photo by Mike Dudas.

photo by Mike Dudas @mdudas