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Yesterday former reBar owner Jason Stevens, who closed the Dumbo restaurant/event space on Friday, was charged with grand larceny and tax fraud. [The Wall Street Journal]

Last month the average rent in Manhattan exceeded $4,000. []

Anderson Cooper’s restauranteur boyfriend is opening a gay bar in Williamsburg. [NY Observer]

Northside Festival announced another 150 bands that’ll be performing between June 12 and 15 in Greenpoint and Williamsburg. [Brokelyn]

There’s a new home design haven for Williamsburg Anglophiles called Grace & Favor. [WG News+Arts]

And here’s a look inside London-born DJ Chelsea Leyland‘s Williamsburg flat. [NY Observer]

East Village restaurant L’Apacio will host a hog-butchering clinic with chef Gabe Thompson followed by a pig roast with Pat LaFrieda on June 1. [Eater]

Here are six Bushwick art shows opening this weekend, including “Lil Artworld,” an exhibition of miniature works at Harbor gallery, which will close its current location next month. [Bushwick Daily]

A Flemish brasserie will open in Williamsburg at the corner of Bedford Avenue and Grand Street, in a building purchased for $6 million last year. Its future owner already operates the nearby biergarten Radegast. [Brownstoner]

An Italian specialty food store called The Tasting Room opened in Greenpoint. [Greenpointers]

Saturday in Williamsburg, Pine Box Rock Shop will host the free-to-attend Spring Fever! Vegan Shop-Up! [Gothamist]

The Moonlight Mile in Greenpoint will host a Preakness party on Saturday, and Au Za’atar in the East Village will start serving brunch this weekend. [Grub Street]

Scan through pictures of a $4.25 million duplex with pool and yoga studio access in Williamsburg. [Wall Street Journal]

The drawings in this style slideshow illustrate “Eight Guys You Might Meet in Brooklyn.” [NY Observer]

After a $16 million fundraising push, Williamsburg concert hall/recording studio/nightclub Original Music Workshop (originally slated to open in 2012), is aiming for a Fall 2015 debut. [NY Times]