Every day at 4:20 p.m. we stuff your pipe with Lil’ Nugs, our late afternoon link dump. Sorry we’re late today — launch and all!
A Williamsburg/East Village writer-producer team uses the Bedford + Bowery tipline to tell us about their new web series, “Brunch on Sundays.” Filmed in both neighborhoods, it explores the real brunch-time topics of 20-somethings, like pooping in front of boyfriends. [Brunch on Sundays]
South Williamsburg’s Dressler, serving fancy food since 2006, closed its doors for good today. The restaurant’s website cited a regrettable failure to reach a lease-renewal agreement with the landlord. [Free Williamsburg]
A vacant lot at 145 Ludlow Street has been sold by Lower East Side developer Sion Misrahi for $5.7 million. A six-story apartment complex and 1,900 sq. ft. of retail space are set to take its place. [The Lo-Down]
Normally a hot button topic, two proposals for co-locations of charter schools in Bushwick public schools have gotten little parental feedback, but teachers are concerned. [Brooklyn Bureau]
First daughter Malia Obama got a candy fix at the Lower East Side’s Economy Candy, according to the sugar dispenser’s Facebook page. [via Bowery Boogie]
Improv Everywhere’s latest collaboration with BBC America hit Greenpoint’s Black Rabbit bar, where two bros (and we mean bros) unwittingly step into the 1860s. [Grub Street]
Bushwick Inlet Park’s community building is set to open later this month on Kent Avenue. [DNAinfo]