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The Case Against a Suspected Rapist, Rent Bill Criticized, Superdive Transformed

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  • Prosecutors say the suspect in the LaGuardia Houses assault cases, who was arrested over the weekend, left his DNA at the scene (Post).
  • In the 9th Precinct rape trial, privacy concerns have been shoved aside (NYT).
  • Senate Democrats say a GOP-backed bill would be a “nightmare” for rent regulated tenants (Daily News).
  • The City Council mobilizes to fight the Bloomberg budget (Gotham Gazette).
  • 98-year old Max Issacs, a Lower East Side native, refuses to sell a parcel he co-owns in Soho (Post).
  • A pop-up art gallery sets up in the old Superdive location on Avenue A (EV Grieve).
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