Centre-fuge Public Art Project, Cycle 13: Lexi Bella does Rosario Dawson

As you can see from Scott Lynch’s photo above, the latest installment of the Centre-Fuge project — part of Lower East Side History Month — features renderings of Rosario Dawson, Debbie Harry, and La MaMa founder Ellen Stewart.

On Saturday afternoon a 55-year-old woman was struck and killed by a 6 train at the Astor Place subway stop. [NY Daily News]

The Bushwick bodega owner who was murdered in his store earlier this month was apparently involved in cross-continental family turmoil. [DNA Info]

Kim’s Video & Music has sent out a newsletter explaining that its lease is up in July and it’s “hopeful that a new Kim’s can be erected this summer, (likely at a smaller location), and we are in the process of exploring that possibility.” [EV Grieve]

In the East Village this weekend, Verameat opened a clothing store called Verameat+. [Racked NY]

Makeshift Society — a communal workspace with not only office supplies but also sewing machines, carpentry tools and a kitchen — opens in Williamsburg this Thursday. [Brownstoner]

Here’s a roundup of eight places to hang out on Bushwick’s Myrtle Avenue. [NY Post]

And all the South Williamsburg stores to check out after your next brunch date. [Racked NY]

Bushwick Inlet Park’s structure was named one of the best new green buildings in the U.S. by The American Institute of Architects. [The Real Deal NY]

This map depicts the median prices of one-bedroom apartments rented for last month in neighborhoods across the city. [Zumper]

Construction details are emerging about the 68-story tower that will replace Pathmark on the Lower East Side. [The Real Deal]

A four-story walkup in East Williamsburg sold for $12 million cash. [Massey Knakal Reel]

If you missed your chance to visit The Smile Face Museum, which closed yesterday after temporarily setting up shop in Bushwick, there are photos and video online. [Paper]