(Photo: Phillip Kalantzis Cope)

Park officials may have been able to banish the LES Jewels memorial from Tompkins Square Park, but they probably can’t do anything about an in memoriam mural that appeared of the neighborhood fixture in Venice Beach, California. [EV Grieve]

An internal lawsuit threatens to bring a premature end to the LES’s year-old Pig & Khao. [The Lo-Down]
Bushwick residents protest a behind-closed-doors decision by Community Board 4 to approve rezoning on nine blocks for big scale development. [DNAinfo]

All right, we might have previously informed you that the G Train really isn’t all that bad, but this weekend, it’s going to be. [DNAinfo]

If you’re into yoga, live in North Brooklyn and, for some unthinkable reason think there aren’t enough places to do the downward dog in you ‘hood, we’d like to relieve you of your concerns: there’s some new Good Yoga happening on Greenpoint Avenue and in the Wythe Hotel. [Greenpointers]

Does a two-bedroom garden duplex going for $1.795 million on North Tenth and Berry mean that Wiliamsburg’s real estate market is “in a bubble”? We’d like to go with a solid “yes.” [Curbed]

So, it’s true: things are getting a little freaky in Brooklyn these days and now, this guy is doing something about it by putting out a call for “paranormal investigators” to help crack down on all the weirdness. [Brokelyn]