Buff Monster and friends

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

More on the deadly collision that killed a 47-year-old punk rock guitarist at the intersection of Third and St. Marks yesterday. [NY Post]

Citi Bike’s 33-year-old general manager has resigned amid news that the bike share program needs about $20 million. [NY Daily News]

How architect Gene Kaufman wins over hotel developers. [Curbed]
Kristen Lorello, a former associate director at Eleven Rivington, is opening a new gallery on Chrystie. [Gallerist]

A profile of Peter Longo of Porto Rico Importing Co., who contributed to the new book Greenwich Village Stories: A Collection of Memories. [NY Times]

Last Sunday was the birthday of Bowery “theatrical impresario, politico and all-around mover and shaker” Henry Clay Miner.” [East Villager]

Forty years ago this weekend, the Ramones played their first public performance. [Off the Grid]

A lottery is offering East Village coops for “a few thousand dollars.” [DNA Info]

Austin-style taco purveyor Whirlybird has shuttered. [Eater]

No Fun Film Club will showcase the work of director Emily Kai Block (Grimes, Grizzly Bear, and Sebastian Schuller) at Wythe Cinema. [WG News]

Here’s the lineup for Smorgasburg’s return to the great outdoors. [Brooklyn Flea]

Bushwick concert venue The Wick has started hosting shows. [Free Williamsburg]