(Photo: Timothy Krause)

For $50, Patrick Stickles, front-man of the Brooklyn-based rock outfit Titus Andronicus, will deliver a singing telegram right to your door. [The L]

The real-estate upheaval continues on the LES, as two buildings on East Broadway were sold this morning in two separate transactions. [Lo Down]

Police are still hunting for two men accused of attacking and mugging a woman Monday afternoon in the East Village. According to cops, the victim’s stolen bag and pocketbook contained $100,000 in cash. [DNA Info]

Tutu’s Bar in Bushwick now has a 22-inch baby pool, for those who enjoy their PBRs with a side of paddling. [DNA info]

Zosia Mamet of “Girls” and her sister Clara are bringing their band, The Cabin Sisters, to The Grand Victory on Saturday. [Jewcy]

Also happening this weekend, “The Biggest Block Party in East Williamsburg,” featuring bands, DJs, wall climbing and ping pong. [Facebook]

Havemeyer Park and Brooklyn Bike Park are set to open this Friday, with the formerly vacant Williamsburg lot transformed into a family-friendly bike course. [Brownstoner]

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! A massive superhero-themed mural went up on the side of Williamsburg Cinema. [Brooklyn Based]

Good news for people who love juice cleanses: Goloka Juice Bar & Health Shop opened yesterday on East 5th Street. [EV Grieve]

Consignment chain Second Time Around will open a Stuyvesant Town shop the third week of July. [Racked]

A new website allows NYC apartment hunters to input data about themselves and then recommends what neighborhood they should live in (although if you ask us, it’s a no brainer). [Curbed]