Lower East Side Links

–Police are looking for a suspect who slashed a man inside Remedy Diner on East Houston Street at around 4 a.m. this past Friday. [Daily News]

–Judy and Michael Rapfogel landed a big lobbying contract and are now back in Albany. [The Forward]

–At a meeting of the MTA board today, an engineering consultant is expected to say there are no major health concerns about the governor’s scheme for repairing the L Train tunnel, even though a report conducted a few years ago raised worries about  cancer-causing dust. [New York Times]

–It’s costing the city $10 a ride to subsidize the mayor’s ferry system. [New York Post]

–The Metrograph theater is opening its own film distribution company. [Deadline]

–Last of the arcades: Chinatown Fair has somehow managed to survive on Mott Street since the 1940s. [New York Times]

–You can now see the full facade of the historic Hamilton-Holly House on St. Mark’s Place after an extensive renovation. [EV Grieve]