(Photo: Scott Lynch)

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Following a $23 million sale, Williamsburg’s White Castle will be supplanted by an 81-unit apartment building. []

A judge dismissed Jimmy McMillan’s lawsuit against his landlord, and the Rent is Too Damn High party founder will be evicted from his St. Mark’s Place apartment of 38 years. [Daily News]

On E. 11th Street, Soon Beauty Lab will shutter today. Three locations of the salon mini-chain remain. [EV Grieve]

Raclette, a cafe serving croques and tartines, will replace Brooklyn Piggies at 195 Avenue A. [EV Grieve]

In Noho, a block-long lot at 363 Lafayette Street is about to hit the market. [Real Deal]

Mission Chinese Food‘s pest-plagued old address on Orchard Street has lined up a new tenant seeking a liquor license. [Eater NY]

Rivington Street restaurant Miller’s Near & Far will switch up its concept and reopen in March. [Lo-Down NY]

Greenpoint Gallery hosts its 1st Salon Show of 2015 tonight at 8 p.m., which will be scored by several local bands and DJs. RSVP here. [The Skint]

Clothing line UPNY will present its new capsule collection, “Collar,” today and tomorrow at City Bird Gallery on the Lower East Side. And East Village boutique Duo NYC slashed prices up to 80 percent for this weekend’s end-season-sale. [Racked NY]

Bushwick Book Club, a group of songwriters who convene monthly to perform novel-inspired music and lyrics, will take on Kurt Vonnegut’s Bluebeard Wednesday at 7 p.m. at Moscow 57. [NYU Local]

For a month starting April 18, the MTA will halt L trains between 8th Avenue and Bedford Avenue. [Bushwick Daily]

Tour the East Village apartment of chef Chris Santos, a judge on Chopped. [NY Observer]