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On a first date, a Bushwick financial analyst allegedly hit, bit, and tried to strangle his suitor while defending the 9/11 attackers. [Gothamist]

Celebrity kid and Instagram rebel Scout Willis gave her first interview after walking around sans shirt on the Lower East Side. [Village Voice]

A 10,000-square-foot single-family home is being built on top of three formerly separate Kent Avenue lots in Williamsburg. [YIMBY]

With $24,000 in oil spill reparations from Exxon, the group NYC Audubon will create a rest area for migrating birds in Greenpoint’s McGolrick Park. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Northside Trade Show—a 50,000-square-foot tech expo sponsored by Dell and Intel—will take over McCarren Park on June 12 and 13. [Brooklyn Based]

Here’s what the cheapest accommodations—$2,100/month studios—look like at The Robyn in the East Village. [Curbed]

Jackson Heights-based Korean fried chicken restaurant Unidentified Flying Chicken will replace Après in the East Village, which just shuttered three weeks after opening. [Paper]

Ramen Kuboya is departing its East Fifth Street digs. [EV Grieve]

Currently closed for renovations, Coyote Ugly will celebrate its grand reopening on Wednesday. [Coyote Ugly]

Paulaner Brauhaus, which existed for five months, has started anew on Bowery as Paulaner following a nearly two-month-long closure. [Eater NY]

East Village favorite Mighty Quinn’s Barbeque opened its fifth location, in the Financial District at at Brookfield Place’s Hudson Eats food court. [Eater NY]

At Bushwick Open Studios this weekend, visitors to 17-17 Troutman Avenue—where a handful of galleries are being forced out by the landlord David Steinberg—found a table full of cookies and lemonade from “David Steinberg and Crew.”  [Hyperallergic]