(Photo: Phillip Kalantzis Cope)

Paul Auster will headline at Comic Arts Brooklyn in Williamsburg this November, along with Art Spiegelman, the creator of Maus. [Brokelyn]

German portraitist Hendrik Beikirch is at work on a haunting black-and-white mural of an anonymous woman on a Stanton Street building. [Bowery Boogie]

Filmmaker Cheryl Dunn has just completed Everybody Street, a documentary about the photographers who have shot NYC street scenes over the past six decades. [East Village Radio]

You can now go camping in a custom-made lean-to on Williamsburg and Bushwick rooftops, as long as you shut off your cell phone. [Free Williamsburg]

The L and the J will have service changes this weekend, along with 90% of the entire NYC subway system. The G, miraculously, will not be affected. [Gothamist]

The inaugural Tap+Cork Brooklyn Beer and Wine Festival is coming to Bed-Stuy next month. [DNAinfo]

A group of former OWSers calling themselves the Base are organizing against gentrification in Bushwick. [Brooklyn Paper]