Big day

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

After four decades in business, Plantworks closed for good yesterday in the East Village. [Bowery Boogie]

Be Electric, a new video and photography workspace in Bushwick, opens tonight with a reception from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m., coinciding with the start of Bushwick Open Studios. [Free Williamsburg]

A five-story, 10-unit apartment building is coming to the former Bushwick Tire Shop site, where the owner was murdered by a gunman in 2011. []

A Greenpoint mom has filed a complaint with the city after a male groundskeeper at McCarren Park allegedly locked she and five other women (plus a baby) in a bathroom on Memorial Day. [The Brooklyn Paper]

This Noho duplex/penthouse is on the market for $5.5 million, but it’s still got a kids room full of Ikea furniture. [Curbed]

On the Lower East Side, a new restaurant called Fools Gold serves oysters and fish tacos, plus 34 beers on tap. [Eater NY]

Videology in Williamsburg will host “Oh Hi! Smiling TV Double Fun Friendship Fantasy Hour,” a live Japanese-style game show. [Brokelyn]

Here are 26 NYC houses of worship turned condos. [Curbed]

Tonight from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Whole Foods Gowanus, Miss Lily’s will host a rooftop barbecue with free grub. [Eater NY]

And chef Tyson Ho intends to go (whole) hog wild when he opens Arrogant Swine, his graffitti-decorated Bushwick barbacue spot, this summer. [Chopsticks+Marrow]

At 1040 Metropolitan Avenue in Williamsburg this weekend, the new shopping site Something Happening will host a pop-up with jewelry, clothes and home goods. [Racked NY]

Next week apartments at The Robyn—a new 36-unit development on 3rd Street between Avenues C and D—will be available for rent from $2,100/month to just under $3,400/month. [The Real Deal]

Suggested costumes for Rubulad’s “Mysteries of the Deep” party, to be held tomorrow night at The Paper Box in Williamsburg: “salty sea captain, diving belle of the ball or Nemo on narcotics.” [Free Williamsburg]