LES Opening Night 2013: The Little Shoe Store

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Submit your questions for a debate between Daniel Squadron and Letitia James on Tuesday, and do your part to help settle the Public Advocate runoff election. [Gothamist]

A tenement building on Eldridge Street sold for $8.5 million; the building purportedly has commercial space and apartments that range from $4,700 to $14,500 per month. [The Lo-Down]

The new Joe Strummer mural got a big unveiling last night; Jim Jarmusch and The Clash’s Mick Jones were on site to welcome him back. [EV Grieve]

A public school principal is turning an abandoned shower room into a dance studio in the East Village. [DNAinfo]

The historic Williamsburg Savings Bank’s righteous architecture has been restored to its original glory. [Brownstoner]

In Bushwick, Wyckoff Heights Medical Center is turning a profit again after operating in debt — but that money is not being applied to its windows, some of which are patched with duct tape. []

Robbers wearing clown masks stole thousands from an electronics store in Bushwick. [Brooklyn Paper]

Suffering from post-fashion-week depression? Then head to The Living Gallery in Bushwick, tonight through Sunday, where they’re keeping the party alive with the Bushwick Fashion Weekend. [Bushwick Daily]