Peelander Yellow on Ideal Glass

(Photo: Scott Lynch).

Landlord sabotage is on the rise in gentrifying North Brooklyn. One woman who didn’t take a buyout had to deal with a sagging bathroom. [Gothamist]

Which isn’t as bad as the Bushwick tenants who had their kitchens and bathrooms gutted. [NY Times]

According to data, Broadway in Williamsburg is NYC’s worst street for traffic fatalities. [Brokelyn]

Bushwick’s 4,000-square-foot beer hall and concert venue, The Wick, has finally announced some shows. [Free Williamsburg]

Facebook has moved into 770 Broadway. [TechCrunch]

Actor Kevin Corrigan is taking over Over the Eight on Thursday and Friday and hosting special guests like Steve Buscemi, Jonathan Ames, and “one of NYC’s biggest political figures of all time.” [Brooklyn Vegan]

The Urban Outfitters store in Williamsburg, called Space Ninety 8, will feature outdoor dining, a flower market, an outpost of L.A. gastropub the Gorbals, a showcase of local artists and designers, and rotating pop-up shops. [NY Mag]

Cops are looking for a man who robbed a LES bank Saturday. [CBS NY]

A local filmmaker asked random people in the East Village whether he could bring a movie screen into their home so they could watch a film together. [The Lo-Down]

A one-bedroom has opened up in Bushwick’s storied Catherina Lipsius House. [Brownstoner]

A cooperative garden was uprooted from Boerum Hill because of development and has moved to an industrial part of Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Paper]

On Friday, Bushwick Beat Nite will feature 10 art spaces and an after-party at the Narrows. [Hyperallergic]

Today’s suspicious trend: beardless hipsters getting facial hair transplants. [DNA Info]

A snowy owl made an appearance in East Williamsburg. [Greenpointers]

Brooklyn and Manhattan restaurateurs like the owner of Oaxaca are flocking to Bed-Stuy. [DNA Info]

The “Emily” Show, a celebration of seriously bad writing, returns to 2A on Thursday. []

Dalaga will close its Franklin Street store in one week. [Greenpointers]

Permits have been filed to bring a 10-story residential building to Christie Street. [NY Imby]

Knishes are back on the menu at Katz’s [CBS NY], and you can now buy an egg-cream scented Katz’s candle, too. [Racked]

The best grub in Alphabet City. [Serious Eats]