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–The Department of Buildings rarely revokes after hours permits. [The Real Deal]

–The Kansas Gallery on Rivington Street is closing. [Artforum]

–Some people are questioning whether business improvement districts have outlived their usefulness. [Crain’s]

–L Train angst grips New York. A look at some conventional and unconventional solutions to the looming shutdown of the tunnel between Manhattan and Brooklyn. [Newsweek]

–The Lenin statue, which has been perched on top of the Red Square residential complex on East Houston Street since 1994 was removed last night.  [EV Grieve]

“War in the Neighborhood,” described as “one of the strongest works of graphic non-fiction to date and an engrossing first-hand document of the housing battles of the Lower East Side at the end of the 20th Century,” is coming out with a new edition. There’s a crowdfunding campaign to support it. [Comics Beat]

–Returning San Gennaro to its roots: From the Times’ Lens blog, photos from Little Italy in the years before “The Godfather” and “The Sopranos.” [New York Times]

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