Parts of the stop-work order issued 14 months ago against the controversial Rivington House Nursing Home have been lifted, a fact that will surely be addressed at Mayor de Blasio’s local town hall this Wednesday. [NY Post]

It is unclear whether the anti-rape protest scheduled to take place this afternoon in front of David Choe’s Houston Street mural [artnet] will happen now that the work has been painted over. [EV Grieve]

The mystery blogger behind Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York has revealed his identity after 10 years: psychoanalyst and social worker Griffin Hansbury. [The New Yorker]

Neighbors of the onetime Greenpoint Hospital’s nurses quarters are complaining about the presence of squatters. [DNA Info]

Just-closed Peruvian restaurant Mancora will apparently reopen on First Avenue, across from its former address. [EV Grieve]

On Friday, St. Nicholas Avenue bar The Bodega will be back in business following an upgrade and liquor license approval. [Bushwick Daily]

Through July 30, Lower East Side theater company Live in Theater will resurrect “Needle Park” for the play J & K 1965. [Gothamist]

In the current issue of New York, food critic Adam Platt reviews Vietnamese eatery Hanoi House, located on St. Marks Place. [Grub Street]