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Brooklyn federal court has ordered a former broker at the Williamsburg real estate firm Nooklyn to pay $15K in damages after she uploaded nude photos of herself onto the company server. [NY Post]

NYU’s Strawberry Festival takes place today from 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Besides the usual block-long strawberry shortcake, this year’s fest will feature musical performances by Titus Andronicus, The World Is A Beautiful Place…, Rozwell Kid, and For Everest. [NYU]

Blind Barber, the East Village barbershop/watering hole hybrid, has opened a barbershop/coffee shop in Bushwick. [Barely Bushwick]

Look inside Scumbags & Superstars, a new Bushwick store selling art, apparel, and collectible figurines. [Bushwick Daily]

Also new to Buskwick: Champs Family Bakery, which specializes in vegan goods and has locations in Williamsburg and Greenpoint. [Brownstoner]

Events in Williamsburg this weekend include a busker “pop-up” concert Friday at Villain, a cardboard robot battle at Standard Tokyo on Saturday, and Brooklyn Flea’s record fair at East River State Park on Sunday. [Brokelyn]

The owner of The Mets—who took a huge financial hit from Bernie Madoff—purchased a 61,000-square-foot, multi-family rental on Meserole Street in Williamsburg for $36 million. [The Real Deal]

In June executive chef Justin Smillie will leave Noho’s Il Buco, which received a three-star New York Times review from Pete Wells in 2012. [Eater NY]

Both Rosella Coffee and the Japanese izakaya Azasu have opened on the Lower East Side. [Eater NY]

The East Village Italian restaurant Perbacco is closed for renovations. [EV Grieve]

To protest the lack of legal canvases for their art since the closure of 5 Pointz in November, street artists are painting large swaths of Saran wrap around Brooklyn for a project called Save The Walls. [DNA Info]

On 14th Street in the East Village, a triplex with a retractable facade sold for $2.35 million, which was 12 percent over the listing price. [Curbed]

Paulaner Brauhaus is undergoing a remodel and will tentatively reopen on Bowery May 30. [Bowery Boogie]

Today OddFellows Ice Cream Co. opens in the East Village. [DNA Info]

Last night Hot Tub Cinema kicked off on a Williamsburg rooftop with a screening of Hot Tub Time Machine. A $65 ticket gets you a seat in on of their 14 inflatable hot tubs, plus popcorn and access to an open bar. [Daily News]