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–Renderings have been released for 282 Grand St., a new residential/commercial project that will replace three 200-year-old buildings near Eldridge Street. [New York Yimby]

–“What the Kings County Democrats left out of their endorsement of Brian Kavanagh for state senate.” An annotated version of Saturday night’s press release. [City&State]

–Brian Kavanagh has some competition in the November general election. Republican Analicia Alexander of Greenpoint has been nominated by Manhattan Republican Chair Andrea Catsimatidis to run for the seat in the 26th Senate District. She evidently has no political experience. [City&State]

–The Chinatown Core Block Association mobilized against Eli’s Night Shift on Mulberry Street. Community Board 3’s SLA Committee voted against the proposal from Oliver Zabar. [Eater]

–A longtime East Village resident has filed a lawsuit against the State Liquor Authority to end the bottomless brunch. [The Real Deal]

–A Chinatown jewelry store has thrived for nearly three decades, thanks to customers ranging from the Wu-Tang Clan to Beyonce. [New York Times]

–“Nerdlesque, the geeky, pop-culture offshoot of burlesque” takes center stage at the Slipper Room. [New York Times]

–30 years later: A “Crossing Delancey” reunion at Film Forum. Yes, pickles can still change your life. [The Times of Israel]

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