Mornin’, all. Here’s what happened Over the Weekend.

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On the heels of the trailer, here’s the Girls Season 3 poster. Looks like “Happily whatever after” is the new “Almost kind of getting it together.” [Complex]

Speaking of Girls, Lena Dunham isn’t the only cast member who lives in all-grown-up Brooklyn Heights. Have a look inside Jemima Kirke‘s pad. [Refinery 29]

Brooklyn Flea will be wintering at a former factory on North 5th Street at Wythe Ave. [Brooklyn Paper]
Meanwhile, here’s a look at the crowds at the Union Square Holiday Market. [More Than Usual]

The McCarren Park Ice Rink (where there will also be a holiday market!) could double in size if crowds grow. [NYDN]

It’s official: the site of the Children’s Magical Garden is being replaced by a six-story residential building. [East Villager]

An Occupy-affiliated group wants Bushwick’s haute-hipster residence, CastleBraid, to set aside some affordable units already. [NYP]

The next exhibit at Leo Fitzpatrick‘s Home Alone 2 gallery will feature his old friend Larry Clark. [Vulture]

The Pixies have parted ways with bassist Kim Shattuck. They play the NY metro area in January. [Pitchfork]

Fashion blogger Nicole Loher thinks LES style is “probably the best style in the whole city.” [The Style Line]

If you enjoyed last week’s cat paintings, you’ll def want to check out this dude’s cat mustache. [Jezebel]

Finally! Apple products are available in coffee table form. [Refinery 29]

Here’s video from Phosphorescent’s set at the the Rough Trade store. [Free Williamsburg]

And, of course, Television also played the new venue. [NY Times]

Gothamist is a big fan of the recently opened Otto’s Tacos. [Gothamist]

Spend half an hour with East Village artist Andres Serrano. [Artnet]