The destruction created a "hazardous condition" for pedestrians, police said.
Surveillance video showed the woman resisting the man's attempt to rob her on Hester and Ludlow streets.
Meals at Charrúa will be similar to the homemade food owner Gonzalo Bava grew up eating, he said.
Amenities will also include padded footrests and digital projection.
G&S Sporting Goods will close in the first week of December because its owners are retiring.
Billy's Antiques & Props, which closed after 26 years, will return as part of the Bedford+Bowery Bazaar.
The Hester Street Fair debuted a nine-hole mini-golf course featuring Lower East Side landmarks.
Takeam Brison attacked the woman when she told him to stop using homophobic slurs, police said.
Artists with the "100 Gates Project" are spray-painting murals to beautify roll-down security gates.
A broken rail caused major delays Thursday at about 5 p.m.
A straphanger fell onto the J train tracks Monday evening, officials said.
Mandate of Heaven, which sells clothing made from vintage fabric, opened last week at 17 Essex St.
The 4, 6, 7, A, C, D, F, J, L, M, N, Q, R, S and Staten Island Railway lines will all be affected.
LES Crepes built a bathroom for its employees after being shut down by the Health Department.
The Health Department shut down LES Crepes on Essex Street.
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