Stephen Powers at the Strand

New mural by Stephen Powers at The Strand. (Photo: Scott Lynch)

A pedestrian was struck by a vehicle at Cooper Square and East Fifth last night. [NY Post]

In case you haven’t seen the flyers around the East Village and elsewhere, a Bushwick man has gone missing. [Greenpointers]

Sweet Chick has been granted a liquor license for the old Max Fish space. [The Lo-Down]

When’s Ivan Orkin opening his hotly anticipated ramen shop? “It could be next week, or next month. We’re just waiting on ConEd to turn on the gas and for a few other details to come together.” [Grub Street]

Greenpoint is getting a new grocery store: Greenpoint Cheese + Meat is due to open on Driggs. [Greenpointers]

Why is this hot top being lifted onto a Williamsburg rooftop? [Queens Crap]

Bushwick has a “sexy new lounge” named Lot 45. [Bushwick Daily]

Original Sex Pistols bassist Glen Matlock and New York Dolls guitarist Sylvain Sylvain are bringing their “Sex Doll” act to Grand Victory. [Brooklyn Based]

The community board isn’t down with an annual Wiccan street fair on Astor Place. [NY Observer]

Paul Salmon’s new project in the 7A space will “pay homage to the cafe history of 7A” and will also have “elements of Melvin’s Juice Box and Miss Lily’s.” [Eater]

Clubland fixture Steve Lewis weighs in on recent kerfuffles involving The World Famous *BOB* and Lit’s Erik Foss. [Blackbook]

Lydia Hearst is starring in an “upcoming horror film about an abandoned building in New York City’s Lower East Side that houses squatters infected with a mystery disease that turns them into crazed killers.” [E]