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Photo: The early morning view heading over the Williamsburg Bridge.

Headlines from the past week, including a roundup of NY-10 primary news:

–Pundits aren’t making a lot of bold predictions about the outcome of the NY-10 congressional primary. [City & State]

–In the battle for NY-10, “progressives are generally divided among the top left-leaning candidates.” [NY1]

–The Nation’s Joan Walsh turns her focus to Yuh-Line Niou, asking whether she can prevail in NY-10 and more broadly, “if progressives can get out of their own way, even at this late date, and unite behind one candidate.” [The Nation]

–A look at some of the major issues, including climate change and funding for public housing, that the successful candidate in Tuesday’s NY-10 primary could actually influence in Congress. [The City]

–As Taconic Partners struggles to lease the remainder of its office space at Essex Crossing, the development ffirm is shifting strategies, emphasizing smaller spaces that are move-in ready. [Crain’s]

–David Fierman has teamed up with art dealers from Vancouver and Dubai for a new cooperative space at 127 Henry St., which he has occupied for several years. Meanwhile, Fierman’s main gallery will relocate to 19 Pike St. [artnet]

–In an exhibition at the Fridman Gallery, “Women at War,” female artists offer a different perspective on the struggles of women in Eastern Europe over many decades. [Hyperallergic]

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