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–The last public engagement workshop for the Lowline underground park project will take place this evening. [Facebook]

–The state controller released a report on NYC noise complaints, saying “(Nightlife) establishments with hundreds of complaints lodged against them faced little or no repercussions.”  [Daily News]

–More details about the sale of those two development parcels where the 2015 Second Avenue explosion took place. The buyer has been identified as Yaniv Shaky Cohen’s Nexus Building Development Group Inc. The seller, Maria Hrynenko, is awaiting trial on manslaughter charges. [New York Post]

–The Lenin statue returns to the Lower East Side. [EV Grieve]

–A former top aid to Sheldon Silver has been appointed by Speaker Carl Heastie to serve on the state ethics board. [Daily News]

–An interview with the director of the documentary film, Abacus: Small Enough to Jail, which tells the story of the failed prosecution of a Chinatown community bank. [PBS Newshour]

–Rami Malek and his buddies from Mr. Robot were at the Metrograph theater last week for a roundtable discussion ahead of season 3 of the USA series, which debuts in the fall. [Daily News]

–It’s Ladies’ Night at the Lower East Side Film Festival [LESFF]

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