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New Banksy pieces went up in Bushwick, LES and Williamsburg but some have already been buffed away. [Street Art News]

Former Top Chef-testant Ilan Hall is planning to open that outpost of his LA restaurant in… the Urban Outfitters. [Eater]

Meanwhile, the community board is not having UO’s plans for booze. [Gothamist]

David Karp isn’t the only rich guy calling Williamsburg home these days. “Williamsburg is now an established part of New York’s luxury property market,” says an agent at Corcoran Group’s Williamsburg office. [Financial Times]

This despite the fact that most of the buildings coming to Brooklyn are rentals and not condos. [Crains NY]

Bummer for the Pulaski Day Parade: due to Sandy repairs, the G train won’t be running between Nassau Avenue and Court Square. [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]

Check out Ash Thayer’s ’90s photos of squatters in the East Village. [NY Times]

The Standard East Village and the Paris Review are teaming up to offer a writer-in-residency program at the hotel. [Hotelchatter]

Anne Sheffield, the designer behind Bing Bang, is opening a store in the East Village. [Racked]