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Max Fish Landlord Wanted $24,000/month, Panel Approves 2nd Avenue Plan, Wayward Jewels

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  • Max Fish owner Ulli Rimkus: landlord wanted $24,000/month; looking for a new space but nothing’s turned up yet (Grub Street).
  • A CB3 committee votes to approve a mixed-income housing plan for several properties along 2nd Avenue — a project that will lead to the temporary closure of the Mars Bar (EVL).
  • 135 Bowery, “endangered relic,” on the market (Curbed).
  • The Chinatown Working Group’s transportation plan gets a warm reception at CB1 (Downtown Express).
  • Powerful lobbyist Pat Lynch, a former aid to Sheldon Silver, is caught up in the state’s pension fund scandal (Capital Tonight).
  • 57% in a new poll say Sheldon Silver is part of the problem in Albany (Yeshiva World News).
  • Cops arrest a messenger who was supposed to deliver $50,000 in precious “baubles” to a LES jewelry designer, but failed to show up (Post).
  • New Museum director talks about decision to show video the Smithsonian banned (Hyperallergic).
  • The East River String Band profiled (WSJ).
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