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(Photo: Courtesy of History Channel.)

(Photo: Courtesy of History Channel.)

Via the B +B  tip line: next Tuesday, the History Channel’s Cross Country Cookout tour is bringing its 80-foot barbecue smoker and grill to Union Square. There’ll be free food from 11:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. This beast can grill 1,000 hot dogs or 500 burgers at one time, so start fasting now. [Bedford + Bowery]

In other meals-on-wheels news, Red Hook Lobster Pound, a beloved stable of Smorgasburg and the Brooklyn Flea, was voted the best food truck in the U.S by the Daily Meal. [Brooklyn Flea]

Some real-estate news for really tall people: a super-sized East Village home originally built for a 6-foot-9 man hit the market today for a neat $6.5 million. [DNA Info]

Meanwhile, 229 new rental units are slated to open up at 50 North 50th Street in Williamsburg. The new building boasts some pretty awesome amenities, including a landscaped courtyard and roof deck, a waterfall, an indoor basketball court and a “two-level fitness mecca.” [Curbed]

A new video shows photographer Shawn Randall Thomas being arrested outside a Bushwick police station today after he refused to tell the cops why he was taking pictures. In response, Scott has filed a complaint against officers arguing that he was unjustly arrested for photographing the building. [DNA Info]

A Change.org petition has been launched asking the city to clean up the Greenpoint Waterfront, mainly by adding more garbage cans in pedestrian areas. [Greenpointers]

Last night in Williamsburg, Kevin Spacey and Willem Dafoe premiered their film “Love’s Routine,” part of the Jameson First Shot competition, at the Wythe Hotel. [Free Williamsburg]

Also via the tip line: “Blackout,” the third episode of new web series “Brunch on Sundays” is out now, addressing important brunch topics such as awkward dates, blacking out and anal fisting. [Bedford + Bowery]