[Dismantled bike rack pic on 4th Street via Derek Berg]
Mount Sinai Beth Israel patient diagnosed with Legionnaires' Disease (DNAinfo)
An interview with longtime East Village artist Anton van Dalen (Hyperallergic ... previously)
Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr. continues to crack down on crooked contractors (Commercial Observer)
Photographer Brian Rose on his latest book, a photographic history (of sorts) of the World Trade Center complex (Curbed ... previously)
Molly Ringwald sells her East 10th Street home (New York Post ... previously)
A look at Joie de Vivre Hotel at 50 Bowery (The Lo-Down)
Wrapping up the 100 Gates Project on the Lower East Side (The New York Times)
Some Summer in the City '16 pics via Alex (Flaming Pablum)
A visit to Suffolk Arms on East Houston (The New York Times)
Documenting young kestrels on the Lower East Side (Laura Goggin Photography)
12-story mixed-use building set for Delancey and Orchard (NY Yimby)
Hwa Yuan returning to Chinatown (Grub Street)
First day of NYC schools in 1915 (Ephemeral New York)
The U.S. theatrical debut of "The Apostate," the latest film by Uruguayan film programmer-turned-director Federico Veiro (Anthology Film Archives)
1979's "Mad Max" this weekend (Metrograph)
Diversions: The weirdness of the (almost unwatchable) "What is Royal Trux?" (Dangerous Minds)
...and several things going on starting tonight...
Fortnight Institute, 60 E. Fourth St. between the Bowery and Second Avenue, presents "Polarized, an intimate, underground history of New York City in never-before-seen polaroid photographs by Richard Kern from the 1980s and 90s. Polarized is an archival exhibition that serves as a historical record through slides, video footage, books, early experimental publications, and flyers." Through Oct. 9.
...and an anniversary exhibit at 212 Arts, 240 E. Fourth St. near Avenue B...