Sheryo and The Yok on Ideal Glass, Hot Dawgs On Holiday

Sheryo and The Yok’s new mural at Ideal Glass in the East Village. (Photo: Scott Lynch)

Yet another Williamsburg business is packing up and heading north to Greenpoint: Beacon’s Closet will shut down its flagship store of 11 years on North 11 Street to make room for Vice magazine’s expansion. They’ll get cheaper rent at 74 Guernsey Street. [The Real Deal]

One couple helped summer go out with “bang.” Cops caught two love-birds doin’ the nasty at 26 East River Piers. [Bowery Boogie]

An East Village resident who predicted the financial meltdown, Nouriel Roubini, has been ordered to remove a hot tub from his East First Street abode, which is admired for its vagina walls. While Roubini claimed models who regularly filled his jacuzzi “love [his] mind,” the Department of Buildings wasn’t equally wooed by the brainiac, who lacked a permit for his tub of love. [NY Post]

Perhaps in an effort to re-make Greenpoint’s reputation as dangerous after a summer rife with some alarming crimes, City Councilman Stephen Levin and the Greenpoint Chamber of Commerce announced a “Clean Greenpoint” initiative this morning, asking business owners to sweep storefronts daily and adopt a tree, among other neighborhood-buffing activities. [Greenpointers]

OK, might’ve been a drag to have been reminded of all the things you didn’t do this summer, so here’s a list of things to look forward to in September! (Whenever you find yourself in Bushwick, that is.) [Bushwick Daily]