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(Photo: Timothy Krause).

The House of Yes, which has been forced out of its Maujer Street space by rent hikes, will give a final “end-of-times-themed” variety show this Sunday. [DNAinfo]

Norah Jones sold her apartment in the Carl Fischer Building on Cooper Square today for $6.7 million. [The Real Deal]
A Williamsburg resident spent the past four years tricking out his “Transformers” truck, and he wants you to buy it off him for $250,000. [Gothamist]

French cultural center Coucou Brooklyn opened last week in Williamsburg with wine, brie, and French techno. [Brooklyn Paper]

South Williamsburg’s weekly farmer’s market has a new location on the corner of Roebling and South 9th Street. [GWAPP]

Dru Barnes of Brooklyn-based new reggae band JOGYO was brutally attacked with a hammer last week in broad daylight while walking home from Bed-Stuy. [Brooklyn Vegan]

St. John’s University may be renting out 50,000 square feet of a building in Astor Place after it sells one of its campus buildings in Tribeca. [EV Grieve]