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A mother from Upstate New York testified against now 36-year-old Phillip Williams of Williamsburg, who allegedly punched her while dressed as Spiderman in Times Square. [NY Post]

At his sentencing trial yesterday, Meilech Schnitzler—who nearly blinded a rabbi in December 2012 by attacking him with bleach in Williamsburg—pled guilty in exchange for no jail time, five years probation, and mandatory anger management classes. [DNA Info]

For her new exhibit “The Passion of Kim” at Palisades in Bushwick, artist Hannah Kunkler Photoshopped Kim Kardashian’s face into various depictions of The Almighty, from Jesus to Ganesh. [Animal]

Tuesday night, Yoko Ono played a surprise show with Yo La Tengo at Williamsburg’s Union Pool (they billed themselves as Yoko Ono and the Plastic Ono Band). [Brooklyn Vegan]

Councilman Stephen Levin expects the East River Ferry to be running to and from Greenpoint again within a month, but commuters are pissed. [NY1]

Here are six al fresco dining options in Greenpoint. [Greenpointers]

A trio of graffiti artists apparently tagged 19 trucks in the Seward Park Urban Renewal Area [SPURA] parking lot, at the corner of Clinton and Delancey Streets on the Lower East Side. []

From Friday through Sunday at Bushwick’s Don Pedro restaurant and bar, King Pizza Records will serve up 20 bands and bacon pizza at its first annual Pizza Fest. Tickets are $5 on Friday and Saturday or $8 on Sunday; a weekend pass costs $13. [Brokelyn]

Williamsburg seafood restuarant Sel de Mer is for sale on Graham Avenue. [Barely Bushwick]

In Greenpoint, Charlotte Patisserie added brunch, lunch and dinner menus. [Greenpointers]

Here’s a batch of stats about people who live in rent-stabilized housing across the city. [NY Observer]

Three long-delayed North Brooklyn waterfront projects—Kedem Winery and Rosa Plaza on the River in Williamsburg, and a 39-story mixed-use building on West Street in Greenpoint—have applied to renew their construction permits. [DNA Info]

Herzog & de Meuron, the architecture firm behind China’s Olympic stadium, will design the future hotel at 215 Chrystie Street. [NY Post]

The property at 76 Ainslie Street in Williamsburg, which features a single-story factory space, sold for just below $4 million in an all-cash deal. [Massey Knakel Reel]

Michael Musto wrote an essay about downtown New York during the ’80s and ’90s. [Paper]

Tonight, the UK-based, 3D printing company iMakr hosts a launch party for its American flagship store at 152 Allen Street. [Bowery Boogie]

And from 5 to 9 p.m. tonight, LA-based swimsuit brand Kaohs will have a trunk show (with champagne) at Azaleas in the East Village. [Racked NY]

A full-scale Björk retrospective—spanning the Icelandic pop star’s past 20 years of weirdness—will open at MoMA in March. [Pitchfork]