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The Day | Controversial Penthouses Approved, Plus 14 Other Morning Reads

The Local’s daily roundup of East Village news from around the Web, including a green light for SPURA, an adjournment in the Cro-Mags slashing case, a “Sexy Brunch,” and more.

Bar On A to Be Replaced By 7-Eleven

The space that held Bar on A for 15 years is becoming a 7-Eleven, according to a construction worker at 170 Avenue A today.

Streets Scenes | What Comes Up Must Come Down

The Local witnessed a strange sight today: a dismembered tree was being marched up from a basement in the East 10th Street historic district.

With Church Closing, Parishioners Wonder Where They’ll Worship Next

Parishioners at Mary Help of Christians worry they’ll have to worship in a basement chapel – or worse yet, a conference room – after the church holds its final mass this weekend.

The Day | East River Blueway No Walk in the Park

A roundup of today’s news from the neighborhood, including the latest on Norman’s Sound & Vision, challenges of the Blueway, and more trouble for Ben Shaoul.

The Day | Mama’s Fallout Continues

A roundup of today’s news, including more on Mama’s, a verdict in the trial surrounding Private Danny Chen and another controversy involving Ben Shaoul.

The Day | Big Gay Crimefighters?

A roundup of news from the neighborhood, including the latest on Marble Cemetery, a counterfeit $100 bill at Big Gay Ice Cream, and flooding in a building owned by Ben Shaoul.

A ‘Landmark’ Meeting: C.B. 3 Subcommittee Considers Renovations for First Time

The protocol could soon be much more common: The Community Board subcommittee considering renovations properties in an historic district.

The Day | Private Backyard on Ludlow Only Costs $100 an Hour

A roundup of this morning’s news from the neighborhood.

At Landmarks Hearing, Preservationists and Religious Leaders Clash

Preservationists came out in force on Tuesday to support a proposed historic district that would encompass a large chunk of the East Village, and ran into familiar anger from religious groups.

Tenants Say Landlord Has Lost It, But What Can They Do?

Residents of an East Sixth Street building struggle with how to cope with their landlord’s bizarre behavior.

Beds and Blessings for Cabrini’s Elderly, But Uncertainty For Its Immigrants

This week, dozens of residents and employees of the Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation will receive bottles of holy water with which to bless their new homes or offices.

Exit Interview: State Senator Thomas K. Duane, East Village Advocate

Thomas K. Duane announced this week that he won’t be seeking re-election, but the state senate’s first openly gay member is still railing against “malevolent” landlords.

Could Cabrini’s Closure Sink Immigrant Services Program?

A program that serves needy East Village and Lower East Side immigrants is in peril, as a significant chunk of its funding will disappear when its sponsor, the Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation, closes next month.

The Day | ‘White-Glove Bandit’ Arrested Near Tompkins

A roundup of this morning’s news.

The Day | More Details About CBGB Fest

A roundup of this morning’s news.

Cabrini Seniors Stunned by Looming Closure

The news that the nursing home would close was still slowly making its way among residents.

Cabrini Center Will Close, Make Way For Redevelopment

Efforts to keep the building that houses the Cabrini Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation in business as a nursing home have proven fruitless, as Cabrini announced today that it will close its doors and will likely strike a deal that would move its beds to Brooklyn under a new operator.

Here’s The Story: A Look Inside That Controversial Fifth-Floor Addition

Check out the blueprints for one of the more controversial renovations in the neighborhood.

Historic District Hearing Set for June

June 26 is the day of the critical public hearing.