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Last night, Community Board 3 naysayed Ken Friedman and April Bloomfield’s restaurant plans for San Loco’s space. Friedman says he plans to take his business elsewhere. [Eater NY]

Next week, East Village Radio will close its First Avenue storefront and cease production after 11 years. [EV Grieve]

Saturday night, outside Tropical 128 on Elizabeth Street — where the afterparty for NADA’s New York show was taking place — a man was arrested for obstructing government administration after taking pictures of police officers allegedly pepper spraying an NYU student. [Art F City]

Boswyck Bagels opened in Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

The Underground Gourmet’s list of new outdoor dining destinations includes Narcissa and Red Hook Lobster Pound in the East Village, Dirty French and Ivan Ramen on the Lower East Side, and Arrogant Swine in Williamsburg. [Grub Street]

Bushwick is getting a bar/cafe/communal workspace/social justice hub called Mayday. [Brownstoner]

A 3,600-square-foot storefront on Orchard Street is on the market for $3.6 million. [Bowery Boogie]

Witnesses say that Beyonce and Jay-Z had pizza (sans Solange) at Roberta’s this weekend. [Bushwick Daily]

Four Meserole Street buildings in Williamsburg have been listed for a combined $22 million. [Crain’s NY]

Take a slideshow tour of Bruce Cost Ginger Ale Factory in Bushwick. [Gothamist]

Finally some good news for Greenpoint residents worrying about their summer commutes: the MTA has okayed free above-ground transfers from Broadway’s G train to the J/M at Lorimer Street. [NY Daily News]