According to the real estate brokerage firm MNS, Lower East Side tenants are among the city’s most “rent burdened” because on average, household incomes are lower than many other neighborhoods. Residents paying more than 30 percent of their monthly income on rent are considered rent burdened. [DNA Info]

Meanwhile, tomorrow from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., financial and real estate professional (including notorious landlord Ben Shaoul) will participate in a talk at Landmark Sunshine Cinema called, “L.E.S. is MORE.” [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

Bushwick-based photographer Delphine Diallo collaborated with Shepard Fairey on a portrait that will be used prominently in “We The People,” an Amplifier Foundation-backed social justice campaign kicking off on Inauguration Day. [Bushwick Daily]

Benenson Capital Partners, the developer of a residence set to rise on the former site of the Peter Stuyvesant Post Office, is now angling for a 12-story building, 50 percent taller than what was initially agreed upon. [Town & Village]

This spring, chef and M. Wells veteran Aiden O’Neal plans to open a new restaurant serving French and British fare in the Calyer Street digs previously occupied by Jimmy’s Diner. [Gothamist]

In “Jennifer Rubell: Housewife,” a show opening tomorrow at Sargent’s Daughters on E. Broadway, the artist will include a five-foot-tall cookie jar resembling one of Hillary Clinton‘s pantsuits, filled with cookies made using Clinton’s fabled Family Circle recipe. [Observer]

This round-up previews 10 upcoming films and TV show seasons that will feature scenes shot in Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

A Brooklyn reporter made a video to document getting a $13 tattoo on Friday the 13th. [Brooklyn Paper]