Crack House Rock! (Photo: Scott Lynch)

Per the terms of a plea bargain, the man who allegedly threw bleach in a rabbi’s face on a Williamsburg sidewalk in December 2012 will not go to prison. [NY Daily News]

An Airbnb account has been removed for a prolific host/Williamsburg bartender who said he earned $45K last year from supplying temporary housing through the site. Recently, the man was singled out by State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman for having a profile with at least one “illegal” listing. [Free Williamsburg]

For Ten Thousand Saints, the new movie starring Ethan Hawke and Emile Hirsch, filmmakers will recreate the 1988 Tompkins Square Park Riots during an 11-hour shoot that begins Thursday afternoon. [EV Grieve]

Mini Mini Market in Williamsburg will shutter by May 31. [Racked NY]

Brooklyn councilman Jumaane Williams is sponsoring a bill called the “Fair Chance Act,” which would prevent employers from inquiring about criminal records on job applications. [NY Daily News]

There are no cats at the Bowery’s newest pop-up, a two-day affair called The Vintage Twin where clothes and jewelry are marked as low as $15. [Racked NY]

Tonight’s food events in Williamsburg include an oyster shucking competition at Brooklyn Brewery and a talk devoted to “The Mysteries of Ice Cream” at Littlefield. [Fork in the Road]

On the Lower East Side, the clothing store Dolce Vita has lost its lease and will close May 26. [Racked NY]

John McDonald’s steak and oyster bar coming to Veselka Bowery’s former space has been christened Bowery Meat Company. [Eater NY]

A six-story, mixed-use building on Fourth Avenue is on the market for $15.5 million. [Massey Knakel Reel]

In Williamsburg, a couple constructed this three-story house completely from stacked shipping containers. [Time Out]

Post-renovation, a Bushwick townhouse last listed in September for $245K is now priced at $1.2 million. [Brick Underground]

During the first four days of this summer’s Northside Festival (June 12 to 15), there will be six pop-up shops inside McCarren Park. [Racked NY]

Chelsea art dealer Marianne Boesky is opening up a new gallery on the Lower East Side next month called Boesky East. [Gallerist NY]

This awesome slideshow takes inside you to five of the craziest sneaker closets in NYC. [Refinery 29]