(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Earlier this month at Williamsburg’s Food Bazaar Supermarket, a man went on a $200 shopping spree with a wallet he found in the store. [DNA Info].

Alphabet City Italian restaurant Lavagna is donating 100 percent of its food and drink sales on the last Monday of every month to helping a local art director fight cancer. [EV Grieve]

Celebrity-backed The Hoodie Shop is departing Orchard Street due to rising rents and will possibly make a move to Soho. [Bowery Boogie]

Tonight, You and Yours Fine Vintage in Greenpoint celebrates its opening with a party from 6 t0 9 p.m. (RSVP here). [Racked NY]

And at 7 p.m., Kickstarter‘s Williamsburg HQ will welcome successful food entrepreneurs for a free catered showcase (RSVP here). [The Skint]

Saturday, The Real Art Therapists of New York will host a day-long pop-up coloring bar in Strand‘s Rare Books Room.

Writer Henry Miller’s childhood home at the intersection of Driggs and Metropolitan is seeking a tenant for $3,200/month. [Gothamist]

Watch a mesmerizing time-lapse video of Bushwick Collective artist Giz paint a 19-foot mural on Troutman Street. [Time Out NY]