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With a little help from Mayor de Blasio, Jerry Delakas is back at his Astor Place newsstand after the Department of Consumer of affairs dropped his fines from $37,000 to $9,000. [NY1, NY Times]

The House Committee on Natural Resources has approved an $8 million expansion of the Tenement Museum, two doors down from its current location. [Crain’s]

Kara Walker will create an art installation inside of the Domino Sugar refinery in May. [Gothamist]

There was an armed robbery near Clinton and Grand Streets early Sunday morning. [The Lo-Down]

Renderings of some of the apartments on Girls aren’t that far off from the sad reality of NYC apartments. [Architizer via Curbed]

A Bushwick Avenue church that was headed for conversion will now be demolished altogether. []

A photographer who takes photos of topless women in public places around the East Village went too far when he visited the family-friendly Empire State Building, and is now being sued. [NY Daily News]

In addition to replacing Gray’s Papaya, Liquiteria is opening a store at Union Square West and another at Union Square East. [Crain’s]

The folks at the Bagel Store have created the cragel, a croissant-bagel hybrid. [Gothamist]

Inside the Russian Souvenirs store on East 14th Street — “New York’s most frightening store”? [NY Observer]

Tribeca pop-up Box Kite Cafe now has a permanent location on St. Marks Place. [Fork in the Road]

Park Slope Italian spot Scalino has opened a Greenpoint location. [Eater]

The Greenpoint location of Oasis Falafel that we told you about in October has now opened. [Greenpointers]

Inside of 40-year-0ld Toñita’s, one of the last Puerto Rican bars left in South Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Based]

Remembering the Tompkins Square Riot of 1874. [People’s World]