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Last week a retired NYPD detective allegedly lost his gun at the East Village gay bar Phoenix NYC after he put the firearm on the sink so he could throw up, forgetting about it for several hours. [NY Post]

This weekend, a contestant named Rajkumar showed off his Bollywood dance moves and much more to win the Smallest Penis in Brooklyn Pageant, at King’s County Bar in Bushwick. NSFW photos here. [Brokelyn]

Over a two-hour span early this morning in Williamsburg, four people were arrested for painting graffiti on Broadway. [Gothamist]

Martinez Academy of Arms, a 25-year-old fencing school on the Lower East Side, will close on June 28 following a rent increase. A new location is planned. [DNA Info]

Tonight from 7 to 9 p.m., Full Circle Bar in Williamsburg will host Brewskee-Ball Kickoff Jamboree with free skee-ball and an open bar. [Brokelyn]

Lower East Side community centers located at the Seward Park Extension, Baruch Houses and Meltzer Towers are among the 57 community centers citywide in danger of closing at the end of the month because of a $17 million NYCHA budget shortage. [The Lo-Down]

Sometime soon (time and date TBA on Facebook/Twitter), East Village mainstay Veselka will celebrate its 60th anniversary by charging prices circa 1954, but only for 54 fleeting minutes. [Veselka]

Starting tonight and continuing Mondays through August 19, food vendors from the Hester Street Fair—including Handsome Dan’s, Luke’s Lobster, Oaxaca Taqueria, Rosette—will serve food at the Bryant Park Summer Film Festival, presented by HBO. [Grub Street]

After three decades in business, First Avenue Pierogi & Deli will close on July 2. [EV Grieve]

NOLA-inspired Orchard Street eatery Cheeky Sandwiches has been temporarily shut down by the health department. [Bowery Boogie]

The mother of DJ Furoche, the 27-year-old Bushwick performer who died Tuesday after being hit by a car while biking, will launch a website, Furoche Forever, to showcase her late son’s work. [NY Daily News]

Pig & Khao‘s owners are searching for a second Lower East Side restaurant location. The spinoff, anticipated for Spring 2015, will focus on Southeast Asian bar food. [Eater NY]

For $6, the new Bushwick Beach Bus will take you to Fort Tilden or Rockaway beaches on the weekend. Email bushwickbeachbus@gmail.com for guaranteed seats. [Gothamist]

Online apparel retailer Everlane opened a pop-up shop on Lafayette Street, which will run through June 28. [Racked NY]

Here’s a guide to North Brooklyn’s best dog runs and places your dog can run around without a leash. [Brokelyn]

Thanks to newly-opened Funkiberry on Third Avenue, you finally have a place to grab fro-yo in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

Local comedian Fabrizio Goldstein, aka the Fat Jew, would really appreciate it if you stop eating on the subway, which celebrated its 110th birthday this past weekend. [NowThis News]