–In a story carrying the headline, “Whiff of cronyism in race for Silver’s seat,” WNYC takes a look at the campaign in the 65th Assembly District.
–The judge in Sheldon Silver’s federal corruption case plans to release documents on March 2 not allowed during the trial, reports Newsday.
–More on the arrest of a man accused of slashing an employee of the Silver Spurs restaurant. The Daily News reports he’s 16-year-old Dominico Howington. He was picked up at the Lillian Wald Houses.
—Dual language programs, including the one at P.S. 20, are struggling to find teachers, according to DNA Info.
The broker handling leasing for a 1500 sq. ft. space at 149 Essex St. says “the landlord has taken a visionary approach to the property. Our goal is to bring the kind of retail to the space that will complete the revitalization of the entire block-front.”
The state has temporarily pulled the liquor license at Dahlia’s on 2nd Avenue due to underage drinking, reports EV Grieve.
Bedford & Bowery posted a video from Sunday’s oyster eating contest at Grey Lady.
NBC News profiles Haijing “Zing” Bai, a former lawyer who has opened “Zing’s Awesome Rice” on Ludlow Street.