According to testimony delivered at a pre-trial hearing Tuesday, Kendel Felix—the man accused of killing Williamsburg landlord Menachem Stark in 2014—was not the crime’s “mastermind.” [The Real Deal]

An octogenarian who is unable to recall his address was found wandering the streets of Bushwick Saturday night and taken to Woodhull Hospital for a medical evaluation. Police seek help finding his family or caretaker. [Bushwick Daily]

A future five or six-story development in Williamsburg purchased last week for $45 million, 101 Varick Avenue, is the planned site for an indoor trampoline park called Skyzone. [The Real Deal]

Midtown Michelin-starred restaurant Cafe China will debut a spinoff this fall on Grand Avenue. [Commercial Observer]

Hope Street late-night eatery The Regal Diner & Cocktail Bar is now serving up Reuben Egg Rolls. [Brooklyn]

This round-up spotlights Bushwick’s 10 must-hit shopping destinations. [Racked NY]

Tomorrow beginning at 9 p.m, professional Pokemon trainer Ivy St. Ive will host a party devoted to her favorite catchable creatures at Father Knows Best. [Bushwick Daily]

Spend Saturday afternoon at the Knitting Factory playing with Badass Brooklyn Animal Rescue shelter dogs at Puppies n Pints ($12). And that night, Villain will host a release party for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child ($29.99 entry fee includes a copy of the play). [Greenpointers]