–A “pedigreed art dealer,” David Totah, has opened a new gallery on Stanton Street, reports the Observer.
—DNA Info talks with the Republican nominee in the April 19 special election to succeed Sheldon Silver in the 65th Assembly District.
—The Daily News reports that the Lin Sing Association in Chinatown is helping to raise money for an appeal by Peter Liang, the police officer found guilty of manslaughter.
—The Times takes a look at next week’s big vote at the Landmarks Preservation Commission. 95 properties, some languishing for decades, will either be cleared from the agency’s docket or calendared.
–Whole Foods is recalling “Pecorino Aged Cheese in Walnut Leaves,” sold at its Bowery store, notes Channel 7.
–A Lower East Side resident lost his wallet at a concert. Some of its contents were returned, along with the following note: “I kept the cash because I needed weed, the metrocard because well the fare’s $2.75 now, and the wallet cause it’s kinda cool. enjoy the rest of your day.”