(Photo: Nicole Disser)

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

For two hours yesterday, a statue of naked Donald Trump stood in Union Square. The anarchist collective INDECLINE commissioned, “The Emperor Has No Balls,” which included this work plus similar statues in San Francisco, Cleveland, LA and Seattle. [Washington Post]

Developer Aby Rosen erected a “Vote Your Conscience” billboard at his 337 Lafayette Street property. [The Real Deal]

The Heyward, a Wythe Avenue restaurant that replaced Zebulon in 2014, recently shuttered. [Eater NY]

Twenty bands and DJs will perform tomorrow at the Nowhere to Run Festival at Williamsburg’s The Paper Box. [Bushwick Daily]

The four-story bar/restaurant/record store The VNYL will debut on Third Avenue in the East Village on September 9. [DNA Info]

On September 17, a food festival called Taste of East Village will commence on East 7th Street in an effort to raise money for three Cooper Square Committee initiatives. Advance tickets are $25 each.  [DNA Info]

Beginning next Saturday, the Williamsburg plant and design house, Tula, will host monthly dinners for $75 apiece. [Bushwick Daily]

Ninth Street Espresso and two Williamsburg spots made this round-up of the best coffee shops to get some work done. [Gothamist]