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Williamsburg movie theater/restaurant/bar indieScreen closed after four years, presumably to make way for Vice’s new offices. [Grub Street]

The Coffee Shop, Bushwick’s newest place to caffeinate, is selling 2-for-1 coffee this week to celebrate its grand opening on Wilson Avenue. [Bushwick Daily]

According to just-filed paperwork, the tallest tower at the Domino Sugar factory site will contain 36 stories and nearly 400 apartments. [YIMBY]

Bowlmor Lanes shuttered its Village location yesterday after a 76-year run. [NY Daily News]

Crumbs Bake Shop closed all 48 of its outposts nationwide yesterday, among them a cupcakery doors down from Bowlmor Lanes. [NY Daily News]

And across the street from Bowlmor Lanes on East 12th Street, University Stationary has also gone out of business. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

In Williamsburg, the forthcoming East River State Park Dog Run—which received $450K in city funding last year and will take up a stretch of waterfront land between North 7th and 10th Streets—could open as soon as Spring 2015. [DNA Info]

Pink clothing donation bins that were illegally placed around the Lower East Side are now being carted away. Over the weekend, the Times wrote about the curious collection bin trend. [EV Grieve]

Here’s a Q&A of Verameat owner Vera Balyura, who owns NYC jewelry shops in Williamsburg and the East Village. [Racked NY]

Take a look inside Littleneck Outpost—the Greenpoint spinoff of Littleneck’s existing seafood spot in Gowanus—which opens today. [Eater NY]

On Wednesday, Resurrection Vintage in Nolita ushers in its summer sale with up to 70 percent discounts on designer threads. And Thursday night from 7 to 9 p.m., Space Ninety 8 in Williamsburg will host a party for its new pop-up shop from online clothing/accessories boutique Stolen Girlfriends Club. []

The six-story walk-up apartment building at 234 Union Avenue in Williamsburg was purchased for just less than $10 million. [The Real Deal NY]

Although Steven Alan Home Shop announced last month that it will relocate from Tribeca to Williamsburg, the move has been postponed until 2015. [Tribeca Citizen]

Bushwick fitness instructor John O’Mahoney is hosting a new set of classes—Radical AbunDANCE—that he’s billed as a “warm-up to Burning Man.” [Bushwick Daily]

Jason Sudeikis’s new comedy Sleeping with Other People is filming back on the Lower East Side, where two nude women crashed the set in late June. [Bowery Boogie]

Read an interview with Greenpoint all-female MC trio Hand Job Academy, who this past weekend reached their $5K fundraising goal (via Kickstarter) to produce their new music video, “Lena Dunham.” [Greenpointers]