(Photo: Phillip Kalantzis Cope)

A woman was stabbed late on Monday outside the Jacob Riis house repeatedly with a razor blade. The victim’s estranged husband was arrested late last night. [The Lo-Down]

Get ready, Kent Avenue-ians: L + M Developers paid nearly $20 million for a 40,000 square foot warehouse at 149 Kent Avenue, with plans to erect a seven-story, mostly-residential building – that’s 164 new units plus some retail space on the increasingly circus-like thoroughfare. [The Real Deal]
In more real estate news, 174 Delancey Street was listed yesterday to a cool-tune of $7,995,000. The impending redevelopment of Seward Park may be responsible for the extra steep price tag. []

A brassy diner at the East Village’s Verso went topless on Sunday while enjoying her meal – at least until the owner kicked her to the curb. [New York Daily News]

A Greenpoint man, 26, was arrested for burning an American flag outside a midtown pub. [Gothamist]

Take a peak at soon-to-debut Luksus, a tasting-menu restaurant in the back pocket of Torst in Greenpoint. The seven-course affair by chef Daniel Burns – formerly of Momofuku and Noma – opens July 16 (and is almost solidly booked through August) with Tuesday through Friday service. [Grub Street]

The first McCarren Park Pool arrests of the summer happened last weekend. Three teenagers were charged with reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct at the packed-to-capacity pool. [Brooklyn Paper]

The youth-employment supporting Youth Market returns to Grand Street market tomorrow afternoon for the third consecutive year. [The Lo-Down]

Children’s Magical Garden, a nonprofit community garden in the Lower East Side, a facing construction challenges from a grumpy old developer. [Observer]

Popular fashion boutique Mint Julep closed its doors at its Ludlow Street location after five years. [Bowery Boogie]

Tomorrow is Free Slurpee Day. Sounds like the perfect time to protest the East Village 7-Eleven. [Facebook]

Reminder: SummerScreen film series starts tonight at McCarren Park, with the ’90s American classic Can’t Hardly Wait. [SummerScreen]