Yesterday, police cuffed seven protestors aiming to halt the public hearing concerning a Williamsburg-bound, 1100-unit-plus apartment complex. [DNA Info]

No arrest had been made in the hit-and-run death of cyclist Neftaly Ramirez last week, but police have determined that the garbage truck in question was own by Action Carting. [DNA Info]

NYC Ferry has welcomed more than one million riders since service began along its three routes (East River, the Rockaways, South Brooklyn) in May. [Curbed NY]

East Village martial arts school Chinese Hawaiian Kenpo Academy relocated from Avenue A to a bigger space on 2nd Avenue. [EV Grieve]

Four illustrators will discuss their comics tonight at “Panel to the People,” a $5/person talk happening at Word bookstore. [Greenpointers]

Join filmmaker James Boo later today at the Museum of Food and Drink [MOFAD] when he celebrates his new exhibition—”1 Minute Meal: Stories of Food and Community in New York”—with drinks, snacks and a panel. [The Real Deal]

Williamsburg’s Shag and Bushwick’s Troll Hole got props in this round-up of Brooklyn’s premier adult toy stores. [Brokelyn]

In the same borough, the margaritas at eight Mexican eateries were toasted in their own round-up. [Brownstoner]