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(Photo: Scott Lynch)

St. Mark’s Bookshop will close its current location Monday after business hours and re-open Wednesday on East 3rd Street. [St. Mark’s Bookshop]

Not to be outdone by the Lower East Side, Williamsburg got its very own sinkhole this week: a six-foot-deep doozy on Driggs Avenue, near Metropolitan Avenue. There were no injuries; the cause was a broken sewer line. [Daily Intelligencer]

Silvershore Properties has been sued by the city after the ground-floor tenant at one of the sites the firm oversees on the Lower East Side—Lamar’s Bagel & Grocery—was allegedly caught selling untaxed cigarettes out of their Madison Street retail space. []
East Village grocery store Adinah’s Farm will soon close. It’s storefront—at the corner of 2nd Street and Avenue C—is on the market for $17,500/month. [EV Grieve]

A very rough rendering has been released of Pritzker Prize-winning Japanese architect Tadao Ando’s first New York undertaking, a seven-story, eight-unit apartment complex in Noho. [Curbed NY]

In Williamsburg, the Chinese restaurant Nine Dragons will vacate its Humboldt Street space to make way for a five-story, 10 unit apartment building. [The Real Deal]

Bushwick Pet Superette will shutter after 19 months on Cypress Avenue. [Bushwick Daily]

Skateboarder Billy Rohan has kicked off the street art project 100 Gates, where metal pull-down gates outside stores on Essex, Ludlow, Orchard and Allen Streets will be painted. [Bowery Boogie]

The Transcience, an online travel accessory shop where you can order custom bags, opened a brick-and-mortar pop-up on Bowery that runs through June 29. [Racked NY]

Here are profiles of the so-called 10 most powerful DJs in music, including East Villager RL Grime . [Paper]

Zoe, the Lower East Side eatery, closed on Eldridge Street after three years in business. [Grub Street]

Today is the grand opening of Greenpoint’s New York Sports Club outpost. [DNA Info]

The Commodore in Williamsburg now serves weekend brunch. []

Check out artist Drew Hamilton’s quarter-sized replica of the corner of Graham Avenue and Meserole Street in Bushwick. [Gothamist]

According to this round up, the city’s 14 best burgers include three in the East Village (Whitman’s, Paul Da Burger Joint, and Korzo Haus), one in Greenpoint (Alameda), and some place called Shake Shack. [Gothamist]

The East Village retail complex housing The Smith restaurant and M2M convenience store is on the market for $25.5 million. [Masey Knakal]

Permits have been filed to turn Alphabet City’s New York Gospel Mission into apartments for four families. [Buzz Buzz Home]

On June 27 and 28, the creators of the The Toxic Avenger movies will bring their  TromaDance Film Festival to The Paperbox in Williamsburg. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Since Morrissey won’t be playing the Barclay’s Center Saturday night as previously planned—he cancelled his tour due to illness—a Morrissey-themed dance party will take place at Grand Victory in Williamsburg. [Brokelyn]

In McCarren Park Wednesday night—mere days after Pizza Fest wraps in Bushwick—Brooklyn Running Co. and Williamsburg Pizza will sponsor #NYCPizzaMile, a race where participants must eat a slice of pizza every quarter-mile (and throwing up is penalized). [Grub Street]