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(Photo: Bahram Foroughi)

Last week’s fire on Pike Street rendered 34 adults and 7 children homeless. [The Lo Down]

Hamptons Bohemia, this summer’s annual ArtHamptons fair, will feature a “Bushwick Bohemia” show “contrasting two different artist worlds,” according to curator Andrew Gori. No kidding! [DNA Info]

Yesterday, a 16-year-old boy was arrested for the July 10th robbery and attempted sexual assault of a woman in a LES apartment building. [ABC]

Another violent incident took place yesterday, as one of the cooks at JoeDoe got into it with a woman walking her dogs on East 1st. [Bowery Boogie]

Residents of East 2nd Street between Avenues A and B have been complaining about a rat problem at 188 East Second Street, as evidenced by a sign campaign featuring slogans like “THIS PLACE IS FULL OF RATS.” [EV Grieve]

British-based clothing line Religion is hosting three popups this week, in SoHo, NoHo, and the LES. [Racked]

A gang of teenagers is terrorizing McGolrick Park in Greenpoint, according to neighbors. [Brooklyn Paper]

Eater NY’s first ever Greasy Spoons Week starts today, with high-end eateries like Gwynnett St and Pearl & Ash offering their takes on classic diner dishes. [Eater]

Tonight, a number of LES and EV liquor license applicants will go before the CB3 Committee. Some of the new ventures include For Play, a Latin/Caribbean restaurant with a lounge for multiplayer gaming, and American/Jewish eatery Schapiro’s. [The Lo Down]

Meanwhile, First Avenue pizzeria L’asso EV has closed with little fanfare. [EV Grieve]