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–A partner of landlord Steve Croman wants a court to block Croman from handing over management of two buildings on 13th Street to his father before he heads off to prison. [The Real Deal]

–Residents of Masaryk Towers were outraged after learning they’d have to go without cooking gas for six weeks. [DNAinfo]

–Paloma Rocket, the self-serve beer bar, is moving from Clinton Street to a new location in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

–ICYMI: Remembering Suzanne Wasserman, the filmmaker and historian, who specialized in the legacy of the Lower East Side. We’ll have more on the site today about Wasserman’s many contributions to the LES story. [New York Times]

–In a special section, the Times profiles “nine young strivers — all New York City transplants — who are making a splash in their creative fields.” They include: Angela Dimayuga, executive chef of Mission Chinese Food; “pop-obsessed videographer” Bardia Zeinali, who lives in “a John Waters-esque, fifth-floor walk-up on Eldridge Street… complete with a neon sign of his name in Barbie-logo font, pink plastic flamingos and a green AstroTurf carpet;” and “model, landscape designer and fashion cross-pollinator” Lilly Kwong, who lives in Keith Haring’s old apartment on Chrystie Street. [New York Times]

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