Chinatown Massage Parlor, NYC

(Photo: Lisa Larson-Walker)

Per his sentencing yesterday, the East Village former hacker known as “Sabu” will be under probation for a year but will not face additional jail time. [Gizmodo]

There’s a new 8,000-square-foot “music fortress” in Bushwick called The Wick, complete with a disco ball and a food truck permanently parked on the outdoor patio. [Bushwick Daily]

NYC’s first Dairy Queen opens today in Union Square. Customer incentives include $60 gift cards to the first 50 Blizzard buyers, free t-shirts for the first 200, and 15 percent off for students. [Grub Street]

The ’30s-era Harte & Co. building in Greenpoint—a former plastics factory and current Superfund site—has been sold to a developer who plans to turn it into 400 apartments. [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]

Wen Hui Ren‘s funeral will be held in Chinatown this weekend, three weeks after the 68-year-old was beaten to death on East Sixth Street. [DNA Info]

At the base of the Williamsburg Houses project on Graham Avenue, the city is trying to rent several low-priced storefronts. []

Monday afternoon there was an electrical fire at Sea Town Supermarket in Bushwick. No one was hurt. [Bushwick Daily]

Read about the proliferation of recording studios in Williamsburg and Greenpoint. [WG News+Art]

This Sunday at 5 p.m., Greenpoint’s Manhattan Inn will host the first Brooklyn Auction Barn sale of the summer. [Greenpointers]

Tomorrow night from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., Williamsburg secondhand clothing purveyor Antoinette will celebrate its anniversary with discounts, a DJ, free PBR, and a vintage Zippo lighter giveaway. [Racked NY]

Write the best food-and-drink-related haiku and win two seats in a baking class at Momofoku Milk Bar‘s Williamsburg test kitchen. [Edible Brooklyn]

In honor of Citi Bike‘s first anniversary this week, here’s a round-up of the most-perplexing Citi Bike-related headlines so far. [NY Observer]

When The Gorbals opens next month inside Space Ninety 8, Ilan Hall‘s Williamsburg restaurant will dish up fresh tofu made with pigs blood and topped with ramp oil and uni, as well as “animals in their larger form, like schnitzel “with the hooves still on.” [Restaurant Girl]

Developers of the Domino Sugar Factory site have commissioned DOMINO Walls, a series of murals along Williamsburg’s Kent Street. [NY Observer]

Tonight at 7:30 p.m., chef Sarah Simmons—of the not-yet-opened Noho restaurant Birds & Bubbles—will cook a four-course trial dinner for curious patrons at City Grit. [Refinery 29]

Check out the menu and interior pics of Lumiere, a new restaurant opening Monday in the East Village. [Eater NY]

The president of the Town & Village Synagogue on 14th Street says the building shouldn’t receive landmark status from the now-deliberating LPC. [Town & Village Blog]

Starting Friday and continuing through the weekend at Noho boutique Babel Fair, fill a bag with clothing for $40 or pay $10/garment. [Racked NY]