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(Photo: Scott Lynch)

After 35 years, iconic LES documentarian Clayton Patterson is leaving the Lower East Side for Austria. He echos what he told us at the B+B Newsroom: “I didn’t really leave the Lower East Side. It left me.” [NY Times]

But hey, at least East Village DJ Mia Moretti is keeping the “it girl” dream alive. [Syndey Morning Herald]

A Williamsburg woman who was arguing with her boyfriend fell to her death as she tried to climb into his window. [NYDN]

Two livery cab drivers were robbed at gunpoint in Bushwick this weekend. [NY1]

Larry Gagosian has popped up in a former Chase bank on Delancey Street. [Art Info]

A week after we confirmed that Vice Media is moving into the former Beacon’s Closet space, The Real Deal, in its rundown of developments on Wythe Ave., says the media company may lose its current perch. [TRD]

Greenpointers call for an end to four-car G trains. [BK Daily Eagle]

The Bushwick landlord who was accused of wrongfully demolishing apartments says the tenants only have themselves to blame. [Gothamist]

Williamsburgers have mixed feelings about the new Urban Outfitters concept store. [Complex]

UO reps argue that it could be good for the neighborhood. [Fashionista]

Astroturf spotted at the incoming Triangle Court apartment building in East Williamsburg, where studios go for $2,500. [Curbed]

Cooper Union’s application rate has fallen and its admission rates have risen as it starts collecting tuition. [NY Times]

Five months after his death, Saul Leiter’s photographs are still being sorted in his East Village apartment. [New Yorker]

Platt gives two stars to Narcissa at The Standard East Village. [NY Mag]

Two new vendors at the Tompkins Square Greenmarket. [East Village Eats]

And two new eggs from the Tompkins Square hawk. [The Gog Log]

Cafe Grumpy is replacing the Starbucks in Grand Central Terminal. [ThirstyNYC via Grub Street]