(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Pols have redoubled their calls for traffic safety in the wake of a Williamsburg traffic death. [Brooklyn Paper]

A variety of projects are vying for grants from a $19.5 million Greenpoint oil spill fund. [NY Times]

Slain real estate developer Menachem Stark and partner Israel Perlmutter owned around 1,000 apartment units. [The Real Deal]
A 40-story tower at 1 N 4th Place is pretty much all glassed up. []

Efrain Gonzalez’s photos of dirty ’80s and ’90s NYC are showing at a Lower East Side gallery. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

The not-so-slick robber who allegedly stole $10,000 worth of art (including portraits of Snoop Lion and Basquiat) from the Williamsburg’s Cotton Candy Machine gallery Saturday night was arrested just blocks away, holding one of the stolen works. [DNA Info, Free Williamsburg]

Photos from Bushwick’s Beat Nite art crawl. [The L]

The inaugural exhibit at Two Rams, a new LES gallery, will feature drawings created via sensory deprivation. [Gallerist]

Chelsea gallery Shoot the Lobster has moved to a subterranean space on Eldridge. [Gallerist]

Goaz Gilad adds another Bushwick residential project to its portfolio. [BuzzBuzz Home]

The folks behind Wolves Within are opening a home goods store, Home of the Brave, around the corner. [Racked]
A “French comfort food pop-up” is coming to Fritzl’s in Bushwick tonight. [Bushwick Daily]

Williamsburg’s Mini Mini Market is closing after 14 years. []

There’ll be a mini food festival on East 7th Street and Lafayette is doing a French food series. [Eater]

Gumbo and Mardi Gras beer at The Habitat tonight. [Greenpointers]

Happy birthday to two East Village cemeteries. [Off the Grid]