Pawel Althamer: Draftsmen's Congress, at the New Museum

Here’s what museum goers have put on the walls at Pawel Althamer’s exhibit at the New Museum. (Photo: Scott Lynch)

Notorious East Village real estate developer Ben Shaoul is getting sued by his own parents, who allege almost $50 million in damages. [The Real Deal]

Williamsburg had the most AirBnb rentals last year. [NY Daily News]

The space that has long held Sounds record shop on St. Marks recently hit the market. [Wall Street Journal]

Two buildings boasting amenities like a rooftop dog park are rising on the Bushwick-Ridgewood border. [Crain’s]

Attention, buyers! A recently renovated Bushwick townhouse is going for under a mil. [Curbed]

The Stone, “a landmark site for avant-garde and experimental music,” gets the Neighborhood Joint treatment. [NY Times]

“Love’s a Bitch” is a funny web series about Williamsburg. [Free Williamsburg]

City Lore, a museum dedicated to the city’s cultural history, is moving to a new East Village location. [DNA Info]

A dog was electrocuted by a stray wire on the Lower East Side. [NY Daily News]

Watch viral filmmaker Casey Neistat snowboard through the East Village and LES. [YouTube]

A Lower East Side freelancer spent V Day handing out valentines to strangers. [The Lo-Down]

The kitchen at Donostia, on Avenue B, generates a “storm of tiny tapas.” [At the Sign of the Pink Pig]

Some photos from the Might Get Weird Lovers Ball in Bushwick. [Gothamist]

Former PDT mixologist Don Lee is now the beverage director at Golden Cadillac. [Eater]

Remembering the East Village dining scene of ten years ago. [At the Sign of the Pink Pig]