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Making news on the Lower East Side in the past week:

–City Comptroller Brad Lander came to the Alfred E. Smith Houses to announce investigations of NYCHA’s oversight of contractors who handle repairs and eviction rates at NYCHA developments being managed by private real estate consortiums. [City Limits]

–The Joyce Theater, the vernerable Chelsea-based institution, plans to expand to the old Boys’ Club building on East 10th Street. [The New York Times]

–A 15-year-old boy was killed while sobway surfing on a J Train heading over the Williamsburg Bridge. [Fox 5]

–Documenting the history of organized crime in Chinatown. [WNYC]

–An exploration of the last restaurant left in the East Broadway Mall. [Eater]

–Community Board 3’s monthly meeting takes place Tuesday evening. [CB3]

–Jac’s on Bond replaces the Smile, with Contra partners Jeremiah Stone and Fabián von Hauske Valtierra in charge of the food. [Grub Street].

–At Potluck Club, a Chinese banquet hall staple, jellyfish salad, makes a comeback. [Bon Appétit]

–Hannah and Armin’s is a new restaurant in the Market Line, below the Essex Market, “a fine-dining homage to traditional New York delis by exploration of Ashkenazi cuisine.” [Instagram]

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