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–There was “intense opposition” to three super-tall towers in the Two Bridges area during an environmental review hearing last week. [City Limits]

–Sure the Sunshine Cinema is almost certainly doomed. But a number of small independent theaters have emerged to fill the void, including the Metrograph on Ludlow Street. A screening a Kedi, a cat documentary, took in $40,500, the biggest per-theater average in the country. [New York Post]

–ICYMI: Trader Joe’s is, of course coming to Essex Crossing. The grocery store chain is also opening a large store across from Stuy Town on East 14th Street. [The Real Deal]

–At Sunday’s Loisaida Festival, there were lots of opinions about the controversial decision to honor Oscar López Rivera at the upcoming Puerto Rican Day Parade. [New York Times]

–Video: Artists were called on to create cabezudos, big head masks, for the Loisaida Festival. [Daily Beast]

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