The Day | Jimmy McMillan for President?

Yellow RabbitScott Lynch

Good morning, East Village.

According to Curbed, the price of Adria Petty’s apartment at 325 East Ninth Street has been trimmed from $1.995 million to $1.85 million. The Local toured the condo when it went on the market in November.

DNA Info catches wind of an East Village resident who gives $10 astrology readings three nights a week at the Scratcher bar.

Still fighting eviction from his St. Marks Place apartment, Jimmy “The Rent Is Too Damn High” McMillan now wants a recount of votes in the 2010 gubernatorial election. According to the Daily News, he’s hoping for a bump up to 50,000 votes so that he can be placed on the ballot for the upcoming presidential election.

Eater reports that Michael “Bao” Huynh, who recently opened BaoBQ, will take over Tahini’s current home on Third Avenue around the corner from St. Marks Place, where he’ll serve Mexican, Korean, and Philly-style cheesesteaks.

Andre Balazs talks to Grub Street about The Standard East Village: “There will not be a nightclub, and the chef — we’re talking to a bunch of people now and it will be a very dramatic redesign of the space, but it won’t be a nightclub.”

East Village Arts recommends three shows currently playing in the neighborhood: “Created Equal,” “Fear Factor: Canine Edition,” and “Oh, That Wily Snake!”