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Photo: Chinatown, February 12, 2022.

Some of the stories that caught our eye this week:

–Back in the news: safety concerns at Sara D. Roosevelt Park. [NY1]

–Some of the local residents who know the park and its inhabitants best talk about the influence of drug dealing and how it’s impacting the homeless population. [AM New York]

–Community activists rally to convince the new mayor to step in and save the former P.S. 64 building, preserving it as a community cultural space. [Gothamist]

You have until March 1 to apply to become a member of your local community board. [Manhattan Borough President]

–Photographer Emile Bocian died in 1990. Inside his apartment at Confucius Plaza, a remarkable treasure trove of photos was discovered documenting the life of Chinatown. They are the subject of a photo show at MOCA. [The Forward]

–Some of Peter Bennett’s East Village photos from the 1980s. [EV Grieve]

–In search of the best chopped cheese sandwich on the Lower East Side. [Eater]

–Kinky’s, “a sex positive space (for dessert and drinks) that celebrates all sorts of sexual persuasions” have arrived on Orchard Street. [Time Out]

–Kossar’s Bialys is expanding to the Upper East Side. [Patch]

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