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The East Village florist who was struck by a drunk, high and speeding driver in June has died while on life support. [NY Daily News]

Police may have found the minivan used to abduct Williamsburg developer Menachem Stark. [NY Times]

Nearly $1.2 million in “unauthorized” withdrawals were made from Stark’s corporate bank account in the weeks before he died. [Newsday]

Jared Kushner has shelled out $17.3 million for two walk-up buildings on East Second Street. []

New maps shows Brooklyn and Manhattan apartment price fluctuations block-by-block. [via Curbed]

A partner in Bowery Ballroom wants to open a 2,000-capacity venue called Brooklyn Classic in a factory building on Frost Street. [NY Daily News]

A profile of Lisa Cooley, whose LES gallery “is known for showing sometimes amusing conceptual art that speaks to the viewer both intellectually and visually, offering something for the mind as well as the senses.” [NY Times]

A man robbed a Greenpoint pharmacy of painkillers Monday. []

Some historic cast-iron and wooden storefronts from around the East Village. [Off the Grid]

Chris & Cosey of Throbbing Gristle ended their NYC run with a last-minute show at Radio Bushwick. [Brooklyn Vegan]

A history of tattooing on the Lower East Side. [Untapped Cities]

When Mission Chinese reopens it’ll probably be in an new location, since it would be “so expensive” to start back up on Orchard Street. [Zagat]

After a series of delays, East Village favorite Max will open in Williamsburg next month. [DNA Info]

LES restaurant Contra is now offering cocktails and a la carte items. [Grub Street]

Greenpoint will soon get a Taiwanese-Mexican restaurant and a Nordic cafe. [Greenpointers]

It’s pancake month at Clinton Street Baking Co. and North River is starting brunch. [Grub Street]

Renderings for Rockaway’s new concrete boardwalk have been released. The first phase should be complete by Memorial Day of 2015. [NY Daily News]

Lena Dunham’s Vogue photos, ranked. [Paper]