Christopher Walken-Rex, by Rainbow Hoodie Gang

Christopher Walken T-Rex (Photo: Scott Lynch)

To make up for this weekend’s service outage, here’s some good news for L riders: the MTA is adding 8 round-trips ever weekday and 4 every Saturday and Sunday, which will bring shave 12 seconds off the time between trains from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m. and 50 seconds off it from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. [Brooklyn Paper]

And in other transportation news, there’s now Select Bus service between Sheepshead Bay and Williamsburg. [News 12]

Luke Temple, Nada Surf and others will pay tribute to the Yellow Dogs at a benefit show at Brooklyn Bowl tonight. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Alex Calderwood, founder of the Ace Hotel chain, died in London, where he recently opened a hotel. He was 47. [NY Times]

A 32-year-old biker was killed in a hit-and-run accident on Meeker Ave. early this morning. [DNA Info, NY Post]

Nicholas Mevoli, a Williamsburg resident and rising star in the extreme sport of free diving, died Sunday while trying to break a deep-water diving record in the Bahamas. [NY Times]

Ernest Sewn is closing its Orchard Street location and having a sale, with up to 70 percent off. []

Check out the domino tables with built-in beer holders at the Lower East Side’s 51-year-old Los Amigos Fishing and Hunting Club. [DNA Info]

A plaque paying tribute to the many hardcore bands who performed in the back room of Niagara when it was A7 has pissed off members of bands who weren’t included. [Runnin’ Scared]

For nearly a decade, the Rude Mechanical Orchestra has been brightening up protests with Balkan marching tunes, Brazilian sambas and klezmer dirges. [NY Times]

The “Witches of Bushwick” get some more attention, as The Times profiles Catland. “There’s been a magical revival happening in New York City for two to three years,” says the bookstore’s resident tarot card reader. “I think it’s a nostalgia that people have for a sense of enchantment with the world.” [NY Times]

Motoronio Brooklyn scored a liquor license. [Eater]