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Photo: Orchard Street at Grand Street, Jul 15, 2022.

Headlines from the Lower East Side in the past week:

–Reopening the community building in Sara D. Roosevelt Park would be a big step forward in making the park more safe. But the Parks Department seems unable to figure out what to do with all the stuff that’s been stored in the building for years. [The New York Times]

–The Lower East Side Ecology Center makes a temporary move to Canarsie while construction at East River Park continues. [NY1]

–A new poll shows Carlina Rivera leading the crowded field in the NY-10 Congressional campaign, with Yuh-Line Niou in second place. Bill de Blasio is in 7th place. [City & State]

–The mother of Nikki Huang is defending her daughter’s name. Huang, raised on the Lower East Side, was killed earlier this year in the Bronx with her childhood friend, college basketball player Jesse Parrilla. Police had suggested that the murders were part of a gang war. (Pix 11]

–A tenant in one of Essex Crossing’s buildings alleges in a lawsuit that he’s being overcharged for a rent stabilized apartment. One of the Essex Crossing partners, L+M Development, calls the allegations absurd. [The Real Deal]

–Time is running out to save Theatre 80. [New York Post]

–A “100% bonkers” art opening at a gallery on Avenue C attracted a huge crowd — and the cops. [Artnews]

–Inside the Chinatown home of Emily Adams Bode Aujla and Aaron Aujla. He’s cofounder of interior design firm Green River Project, and she’s the driving force behind menswear label Bode. [Architectural Digest]

–Parcelle has opened a wine bar and retail outpost at 135 Division St. [The New York Times]

–Beastie Boys Square is coming to a Lower East Side street corner near you. [New York Post]

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