Above: Watch London Kaye yarn bomb the L train. [Animal]

The Lower East Side is among the neighborhoods with the most cases of binge drinking. Duh. [DNA Info]

Interior shots of sculptor Walter De Maria’s cavernous home in an East Village substation, which just hit the market for $25 million. [Curbed]

East Village options during Restaurant Week. [East Village Eats]

An East Villager has launched a clothing line influenced by Donald Judd and Maine in the 1960s. [Gnomes]

Inside 250N10, Williamsburg’s “most of-the-moment luxury building.” [Curbed]

A pair of developers were sued as they erected a Williamsburg building that will contain a private school. [Brownstoner]

A San Diego man claims he’s the East Villager who was declared dead after disappearing in 1990, and want his pension check after recovering from amnesia. [NY Post]

Bowery Diner is closing to make way for a new concept. [Eater]

The Soho House has filed documents to renovate its new home on Ludlow Street. [The Lo-Down]

A Lower East Side Banksy piece failed to fetch the minimum at auction. [NY Daily News]

A Greenpointer is hoarding rocks for mysterious reasons. [Greenpointers]

Departing Glasserie chef Sara Kramer cites “different ideas for the direction of the restaurant.” [Grub Street]

Brooklyn Flea vendors Beehive Oven, Tiny Drumsticks and Smallhome Sudio are making the leap to brick-and-mortar. [Brooklyn Flea

Inside architect Koray Duman‘s three-bedroom apartment on the border of Chinatown and the Lower East Side. [NY Post]

Pop-up yoga silent dinners have returned to Greenpoint. [Greenpoint]

Greenpoint Gallery Night is a gallery night for people who hate openings. [Hyperallergic]