Summerscreen last night. (Photo: Reeve Jolliffe)

The New Museum sends over a press release announcing plans to put two 36-foot-tall mini skyscrapers on its roof and a 30-foot double-ended vessel on its façade as part of a new exhibit featuring the art of Chris Burden. [New Museum]

Sun Noodle will sell one of Keizo Shimamoto’s awe-inspiring Ramen Burgers to the first 100 customers at Smorgasburg on Saturday. [Gothamist]

The Greenpoint Hotel has been cited in court for over a hundred critical violations. [Brooklyn Paper]

Williamsburg/Greenpoint city council member Stephen Levin is holding public meetings to help him decide how to spend the neighborhood’s chunk of the city budget. [Brokelyn]

Bedford Avenue is getting its very first Dunkin’ Donuts, right outside the L and next to Spike Hill. [DNAinfo]

The Blueway Plan is officially underway: $7 million has been allocated to build a neighborhood beach along the East River. [The Lo-Down]

“We all are freaky. He just exposed his freaky-ism in the wrong way,” said East Village fixture Jimmy McMillan during his endorsement of mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner. [The New York Observer]