Gore Wizard

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According to a memo written by DA Ken Thompson, Brooklynites found in possession of a small amount of pot will only be prosecuted if they already had a criminal record. [NY Post]

An autistic 2-year-old survived a fall from a third-story window on Chrystie Street early yesterday morning thanks to a screen covering the apartment building’s trash cans. [NY Daily News]

Police are looking for a thief who has been stealing wallets, backpacks and laptops from NYU hangouts like Think Coffee, Starbucks and Chipotle. [WABC-TV]

DNA Footwear, the Brooklyn shoe store, is opening a Manhattan oupost in Nolita. [Bowery Boogie]

Tonight at 6 p.m., Sword-Smith celebrates its Echoes of Culture trunk show in Williamsburg and Anna Sheffield presents her new collection at her Lower East Side jewelry boutique. [Racked NY]

American Ferrera, who lives on the LES and has a film at Tribeca, says she loves NYC because of theaters like The Public. [DNA Info]

More than 50 restaurants will be represented at tonight’s Taste of The Lower East Side charity fundraiser. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $200. [Taste of LES]

The space housing The Hummus Shop on Ludlow is on the market. [Bowery Boogie]

On Avenue B, the Christodora House’s gym and pool is for sale, asking price $2.5 million. [Massey Knakal]

Right next to the also-shuttering Kim’s Video & Music, South Brooklyn Pizza will be gone by week’s end. A sign says they’ll seek a new home in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

Here’s a Williamsburg apartment with 1,750 square feet for $2 million. [Brownstoner]

In Noho, 22 Bond Street (also known as 25 Great Jones Street) is becoming a six-unit condominium. [NY Observer]

To coincide with the Food Book Fair, Saturday in Williamsburg, Egg will thrown a To Kill a Mockingbird-themed dinner. Entry is $100/person. [Eater NY]