Lower East Side Links

–A display put up in support of pro-Democracy protesters in Hong Kong has been vandalized twice in a week. [Gothamist]

–A man died after he and his wife were held hostage in their apartment on Henry Street. [Channel 4]

–Cops are looking for a suspect who beat up an 89-year-old man at the Rutgers Houses. [Patch]

–Shelly Silver is still roaming the streets of the Lower East Side. [New York Post]

–Hot pot for beginners: Pete Wells awards one star to Da Long Yi, the newish restaurant on Canal Street. [New York Times]

–Schaller & Weber is offering a preview ahead of its opening in the Market Line this fall. [Time Out]

–To celebrate its one year anniversary, Randall’s, the Grand Street bbq joint, is becoming “Randall’s Clam Shack” for one night only tonight. [Instagram]

–Nonna’s, the shuttered Clinton Street pizza parlor, has resurfaced in Astoria. [Astoria Post]