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Photo by Roger Bultot – Tenement Museum’s reopening block party.

–An 82-year-old man was pushed to the ground by a man who stole his cane and took off from the Big Apple Deli on East Broadway. Cops arrested a suspect, 42-year-old Raoul Hyacinthe, who frequently hangs out outside the bodega, asking people for money. [Channel 2]

–A 52-year-old man was struck and killed by the driver of a SUV at Delancey Street and Bowery. [Daily News]

–There might be a national housing boom but we’re not feeling it here on the Lower East Side. In fact, home prices tumbled more than 20% in the past year, more than any other community in Zillow’s survey. [Bloomberg]

–Mackenize Scott continues to give away her fortune. In the latest round of funding, Museum of Chinese in America received $5 million. [Gothamist]

–The New York Liberty Bell is moved from the fire ravaged Middle Collegiate Church. [EV Grieve]

–Ian Schrager reopens the Public Hotel on Chrystie Street with a star-studded party. [New York Post]

–Chef Jeremiah Stone of Contra and Wildair reflects on the lessons learned from the pandemic. [Esquire]

–New York has two immersive Van Hogh exhibitions going on right now, including one at Pier 36 on the Lower East Side. Which one should you choose? [Artnet]

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