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–Cops are looking for a suspect who groped a woman on the L Train last week. [Channel 4]

–The story of the “Lower East Side hoarder” that made the rounds in the past couple of days is, of course not so simple. A resident of the building. located above East Houston Street, offers a fuller picture of what was happening inside the apartment depicted in that tabloid-ready video. [EV Grieve]

–Residents showed up at a community board meeting to complain about 14a bus service, but was the MTA listening? [DNAinfo]

–Public Advocate candidate David Eisenbach says the only hope for saving places like Cup and Saucer is the Small Business Jobs Survival Act, a measure that the mayor and current public advocate supported as candidates but rejected once in office. [Channel 11]

–Local documentary photographers/preservationists James and Karla Murray pay one last visit to Cup & Saucer. [James & Karla Murray Photography]

–A key landlord group, the Rent Stabilization Association, is spending big ahead of this year’s local elections. Donald Capoccia of BFC Partners (part of the Essex Crossing development consortium) has donated $10,000 to one of the association’s political action committees. [The Real Deal]

–NY1 reporter Zack Fink singles out former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara after a federal appeals court threw out Sheldon Silver’s corruption conviction. He writes: “Silver was always just east of the line of legality. He knew where to go and where not to, which was why it was so surprising to see him in handcuffs. The problem of course is that Bharara danced on his grave a little early.” [State of Politics]

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