McSorley’s celebrated its 160th birthday yesterday. Check out the above video, featuring the owner’s daughter, who has worked there since 1986. [NY City Lens]

Marty Thau, who managed the New York Dolls and put out bands like Suicide, has died at 75, per the Daily News. He spoke to us about Club 82 just last month.

Holly Hunter has listed her East 11th Street coop for $8.7 million. [Curbed]

27 state breweries are coming to Williamsburg for New York Beer Week. [Brooklyn Paper]

LA vintage shop American Drifter has popped up in the Antoinette space in Williamsburg. [Antoinette]

A convo with the owner of Williamsburg gardening store Sprout Home. Their terrarium classes sell out every time. []

With her Grand Street studio being redeveloped, an artist who came to the LES in the ’80s has to find a new perch. [The Lo-Down]

But hey, successful gallerist Marianne Boesky is opening a new place on the LES. [Wall Street Journal]

An interview with Particpant Inc. founder Lia Gangitano. [SF Art Quarterly via Gallerist]

The Times catches on to the guy who built a Williamsburg home out of shipping containers. [NYT]

Taavo Somer’s design firm posts some photos of the Jarmulowsky Bank‘s restoration. [Curbed]

The new Williamsburg location of Two Boots offers an exclusive pie made with Italian sausage from nearby Emily’s Pork Store. [Eater]

Vanessa Hudgens wants to be an instructor at the Williamsburg SoulCycle. [Nylon]

Here’s everything you ever wanted to know about Mission Cantina’s burritos. They’re made with Bushwick tortillas. [Grub Street]

And some anatomy shots, just for good measure. [Eater]