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(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Chuen Lau, who lived with his sister on Eldridge Street until she was found stabbed to death in their bathtub late last week, was arrested for her murder. [DNA Info]

The 11-year-old son of murdered Brooklyn landlord Menachem Stark was robbed of his bicycle at knifepoint yesterday by three unidentified teens. [NY Post]

Brooklyn’s most expensive apartment—a penthouse at One Brooklyn Bridge Park with six bedrooms plus a theater and a gym with climbing wall—just landed on the market for $32 million. [Curbed NY]

Here’s the list of 59th annual Obie winners, awarded last night at Webster Hall for achievements in off-Broadway and off-off-Broadway theater. [Village Voice]

The Pittsburgh-area Andy Warhol Museum plans to open a 10,000-square-foot outpost on the Lower East Side, part of the Essex Crossing development. [The Lo-Down NY]

The space that formerly belonged to Launderette laundromat on Second Avenue in the East Village is being courting retailers and restauranteurs in its rental listing (price: $25,500 per month). [Sinvin Real Estate]

Barcade, the Williamsburg microbrewery/arcade, wants to open an East Village location at 6 St. Mark’s Place. Its liquor license application will be considered at CB3’s June meeting. [Gothamist]

Last night Andrew Carmellini’s Bar Primi opened in the East Village on Bowery. [Grub Street]

Former Gossip Girl star Penn Badgley now lives in Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

Soon The Henry Norman Hotel will open on McGuinness Boulevard in Greenpoint. [Free Williamsburg]

At Williamsburg’s Wythe Hotel, Greenpoint-based design studio Works MFG will have a pop-up home furnishings shop through June 22. [Refinery 29]

MAC Cosmetics signed a lease for a new Union Square storefront. [The Real Deal]

Read about the boon of factories-turned-apartment complexes on Union Avenue in Williamsburg. [NY Times]

1 Knickerbocker, the three-month-old Bushwick restaurant, is giving away an all-inclusive free summer wedding, and they’re encouraging betrothed couples impacted by reBar’s abrupt closing to apply. [Grub Street]

Merchandise at Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Fox Lingere will be up to 60 percent tomorrow through Sunday []

Tonight Littlefield in Williamsburg devotes its monthly Masters of Social Gastronomy seminar to both “Food of the High Seas” and the favorite libations of 17th century pirates. [Fork in the Road]

On Dekalb Avenue in Bushwick, an unknown street artist is painting all the dog shit with gold glitter. [Gothamist]

A Williamsburg esthetician—the proprietor of Skin by Molly—has created the “Shiney Hiney Facial” an exfoliating treatment for butts. [Brokeylyn]