A Fabulous Fire hydrant Figment Arts Festival on  Governors Island in New York City

(Photo: Michael Tapp)

Darrey Crosby, the 15-year-old autistic boy who disappeared Saturday after a trip to a Bushwick Avenue middle school, is back home safe. His sister found him walking the streets of Williamsburg on Sunday night. [NY Daily News]

There will now be 25 percent more afternoon and evening G train service, at least until that five-week hiatus later this summer. [mcbrooklyn]

And weekend M trains are now running to the Essex/Delancey station, the first time they’ve made a Saturday/Sunday appearance in the borough since 1958. [MTA]

Less than three months after moving its Williamsburg location to Greenpoint, Beacon’s Closet is about to open a Bushwick location at 26 Bogart Street, next to . [Bushwick Daily]

Next month Lower East Side boutique Dear:Rivington will relocate from its eponymous street to Great Jones Street. Click  to see a list of currently marked-down merch, including glasses and housewares. []

This year’s 17th annual Brooklyn Eats food and beverage expo will take place on Friday, June 27 on Flushing Avenue in Williamsburg. General admission is $10. [mcbrooklyn]

The warehouse located at 94 Evergreen Avenue in Bushwick (across from the former Rheingold Beer brewery) is reportedly in negotiations for a $34 million sale. [Crain’s NY]

Salad chain sweetgreen—which has currently has three NYC outposts and a fourth planned for Williamsburg—is also opening a location in Nolita at 100 Kenmare Street, an address it will share with the Israeli restuaruant Hoosmoos Asli. [Eater NY]

In other Clinton Street news, the LES Clothing Co. store shuttered following a nearly 50 percent rent increase. Designer Robert Lopez, who trademarked the phrase “Lower East Side,” is currently running the brand out of a Grand Street showroom. [DNA Info]

A timeline established by photographers stationed at the Brooklyn Half Marathon finish line on May 17 calls into question the medical attention given to a 31-year-old Williamsburg runner immediately after he collapsed. John Mahaffey died at Coney Island Hospital later that day from cardiac arrest. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Five of the 20 apartments in the new seven-story building at 260 N. 9th Street in Williamsburg (aka “260N9“) are now for sale, priced between about $800K and $2 million. [Curbed]

Check out a penthouse apartment at 50 Bayard Street, overlooking McCarren Park in Williamsburg, that’s listed for $3.3 million. [Curbed]

Friday through Sunday, East Village vintage clothing shop Devorado NYC will markdown threads 20 to 50 percent. [Racked NY]

Here’s a Q&A with designer and bow tie connoisseur Alexander Olch, coinciding with the six-month anniversary of his Orchard Street store. [Racked NY]

Williamsburg body painting studio DenArt will host a party Friday night at CU 29 Cooper pizzeria, where attendees pay $25 for paint supplies, champagne and snacks. Full nudity is prohibited but lots of people will be topless (so Instagram will probably police the hell out of these pictures). [Brooklyn Based]

Correction: The original version of this post was revised because it misspelled the name of John Mahaffey.