Woman, umbrella, July 4

(Photo: Timothy Krause)

Soul Cycle NYC has launched Williamsburg Local Rides, in which neighborhood residents can take a class for free every Wednesday this summer. [Bedford + Bowery]

The New York Times is “confounded” by a new mural of Spanish poet Federico García Lorca on Stockholm Street in Bushwick. It’s part of the New York Public Library’s “Back Tomorrow” exhibit, closing July 21. [NYT]

A man was electrocuted early this morning by the third rail while walking on subway tracks near the Union Ave G stop. [DNAinfo]

Free Vodka Tuesdays are no more, as Happy Ending on Broome Street will soon be replaced by a restaurant run by Oliver Stumm of Café Select. [Bowery Boogie]

Swinging Sixties Senior Center in Williamsburg may shut down in September, despite receiving funding from the City Council. [Brooklyn Paper]

Speaking of swinging sixties, a 66-year-old “salad man” at Peter Luger is suing the steakhouse for age discrimination, claiming that he was ridiculed by other co-workers and later fired. [Daily News]

An incoming apartment complex across from McCarren Park will feature an Olympic-sized indoor pool and a “canine cleaning station.” [DNAinfo]

Gemma Burgess’s chick-litty Brooklyn Girls is the latest manifestation of a trope that’s been “cemented into popular consciousness” by Lena Dunham. [The Cut]