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Katz’s is suing a competing pastrami truck for naming its operation “Katz & Dogz.” We are currently fashioning our “Team Katz’s” -shirts in order to capitalize… er… show our support. [NY Daily News]

Two are dead and many are injured after a car evading a drunk driving stop plowed through a crowd at SXSW. [Austinist]

Check out the glitzy new interior of the restored Williamsburgh Savings Bank. [NY Times]

If you like listening to people complain, here’s the website. HereHere turns 311 complaints into an interactive map. Apparently Williamsburg has a public urination problem. [NY Daily News]

Speaking of complaining, the meeting to discuss the impending G Train summer closing is Thursday April 3rd, at 6pm at the Polish Slavic Center. [Greenpointers]

Want to jazz up that shithole you’ve been calling home? Check out Booklyn‘s online auction of affordable art, which starts this Friday. [Brokelyn]

“JK!!!” says the weather. “Actually it’s going to be snowy and awful again starting tomorrow.” The storm’s name is Vulcan, so you know it means business. [The Weather Channel]

In the best news ever, at last Halal Guys is opening its permanent East Village location in 6-8 weeks. In the meantime, enjoy they’re sweet, sweet gyros, falafels and chicken from they’re food truck, parked out front at 14th and 2nd Ave. [DNAinfo]

The newly formed East Village Independent Merchants Association want to save small businesses in the neighborhood. [Off the Grid]

And here’s a crappy fan video of Julian Casablancas playing his new song “Ego” in Pensacola, Florida. [Stereogum]

The owners of the Grey Lady are trying to “keep the island theme going” with their new Caribbean-themed restaurant, Norman’s Cay. [Wall Street Journal]

Pinball is making a comeback (like it ever went away) at Jackbar in Williamsburg. [NY Times]