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–The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation steps up its crusade for a rezoning of the area below Union Square with a Wednesday rally.  The organization’s strategy has been controversial because it wants to withhold support for a proposed Union square tech hub unless the mayor agrees to the rezoning. [Curbed]

–A look at the changing face of Orchard Street. [Curbed]

–Emmanuel Perrotin talks about his huge new gallery in the Beckenstein building. [Architectural Digest]

–More details regarding the death of an Australian diplomat who fell from a Clinton Street balcony. [Daily News]

–A few more local Democrats look at pursuing Brian Kavanagh’s State Assembly seat. The position became available when Kavanagh won a special election to replace State Sen. Daniel Squadron. [Town & Village]

–(Opinion) Yes, a huge number of applicants compete for a relatively small number of “affordable” apartments in NYC but you shoulsn’t necessarily believe what you hear about the city’s housing lotteries. [City & State]

–A look at Drew Carolan’s new book, Matinee: All Ages On The Bowery, which offers portraits of the hardcore kids of the Bowery’s 80s scene. [NPR]

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