(Photo: Timothy Krause)

Hate Citi Bikes? Think they’re shiti? Tonight’s your chance to stand up and be heard. The transportation and public safety subcommittee of Community Board 3 will hear concerns about the bike sharing program at tonight’s meeting. [The Lo-Down]

City Council Speaker and mayoral hopeful Christine Quinn called Police Commissioner Ray Kelly directly to get an ambulance to respond to an emergency at a Williamsburg press conference, after Quinn’s 911 call failed to bring help for half an hour. [New York Post]
Brooklyn Based takes a look at two new parks along the Williamsburg waterfront, Havemeyer Park and Brooklyn Bike Park, which opened to the public over the weekend. [Brooklyn Based]

The former “State Bank” building at 158 Rivington just hit the open market for a cool $7.25 million. [Bowery Boogie]

Too sexy for my shtreimel? A would-be costume shop in Bushwick was denied a lease after the Hasidic landlords determined it would be “too sexual.” [DNAinfo]

Another closing: popular, embattled Greenpoint Mexican joint Papacitos has shuttered — for good this time, it seems. [Greenpointers]

…And one big opening: tonight’s the debut night for Torst’s Scandinavian-inspired restaurant, Luskus. [Grub Street]

The city served notice that it would repossess a former firehouse on Broome Street that sits squarely in the Seward Park redevelopment area. [The Lo-Down]

“Merge,” the surreal photo project of artist Gus Petro, gives us a glimpse at what Manhattan would look like if it were inside the Grand Canyon. [Gothamist]