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–The mayor’s critics want him to step up efforts to protect pedestrians and cyclists on city streets. [New York Times]

–The Real Estate Board of New York is pushing for property tax reform. [Politico New York]

–Object_ify 139, an art shop on Essex Street, is closing. [Bedford & Bowery]

–Filmmaker Martin Scorsese has drawn on his own Catholic upbringing in Little Italy throughout his career. Scorsese’s latest project, Silence, is no exception. [USA Today]

–Summing up the American Realness Festival at Abrons Arts Center: “…on the one hand, irresistible dancing grounded in smart, subversive choices; on the other, a sense of complicated work too hastily assembled.” [New York Times]

–Tonight is the 7th Precinct Community Council’s monthly meeting. [TLD Calendar]

–Community Board 3’s Parks Committee meets tomorrow night. [TLD Calendar]

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