Tall bike surprise

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

A 23-year-old man stole $1,000 worth of “Easy Jeans” and “Disco Pants” from American Apparel in Williamsburg last week, according to police. No arrest has been made. [DNA Info]

Bushwick has a new grilled cheese joint called The Wheelhouse. [Bushwick Daily]

e-Cigarettes have officially been banned from anywhere smoking is already prohibited. [Gothamist]
According to a Facebook post from a musician whose upcoming show was cancelled, the Bushwick concert venue Emet has been shut down. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Bakeri, a Scandinavian bakery in Williamsburg, opened a second location in Greenpoint. [Greenpointers]

Today and tomorrow, an East Village pop-up cafe from Honey+Soul and Lulusophy will serve “Paleo-friendly” snacks for people who enjoy eating like cavemen (no grains, dairy, refined sugars, etc). [The Lo-Down NY]

Paperwork has been filed with the Department of Buildings for a 15-story building on 14th Street in Alphabet City that will include a community center and 50 apartments. [NY Yimby]

After a year-long hiatus, construction is underway again on a mixed-use building on the Lower East Side that, due to past rodent infestation, is better known as “Rat Castle.” [Bowery Boogie]

Speaking of two-wheelers in  Williamsburg, Kent Avenue is getting a new two-way bike greenway. [Greenpointers]

Mayor de Blasio got the ok from the state assembly to install 120 speed cameras on city streets. [am NY]

Scroll through photo evidence of 33 spots in the East Village that look much different than they did just seven years ago. [Buzzfeed]