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(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Police say three men participated in an anti-gay attack on a 27-year-old on East 15th Street and First Avenue. [NBC NY]

After what looked like a permanent setback, it looks like Beastie Boys Square will be reconsidered by Community Board 3. [Complex]

A look inside the former Pfizer building, now the “creative epicenter of Brooklyn’s food scene.” [Curbed]

After playing the opening of Two Boots Williamsburg, Macaulay Culkin’s Pizza Underground is playing at the Paper Box with DIIV tonight. [Greenpointers]

Pleas to save the former Good Samaritan/Eastern District Dispensary building at 75 Essex Street and to bring a Kosher restaurant back to Grand Street.

A vacant lot on West St. in Greenpoint is getting two six-story apartment buildings. [Brownstoner]

The cult Deth Killers of Bushwick clothing line is being revived, this time with tattoo artist Scott Campbell as a partner. [NY Times]

Time Out and the LES BID are sponsoring an evening tasting at Essex Street Market. [The Lo-Down]

More from Josh Ozersky on his painful transition from East Village to Crown Heights: “It’s the East Village that I longed for, the East Village that cast me out, and the East Village that, for all its trustafarian decadence, high rents, and vanished hardcore cred, is still the most desirable of all neighborhoods.” [Vice]