(Photo: Scott Lynch)

With the DA saying that his office won’t prosecute adults without a criminal record for “low-level” marijuana offenses, Brian Lehrer asks, “Is pot basically legal in Brooklyn?” [WNYC]

Ousted American Apparel CEO Dov Charney—who in his termination letter was banned from visiting company facilities—was photographed inside the Houston Street American Apparel store yesterday. [Racked NY]

Luis Freytes, 30, will be in court tomorrow on charges that he assaulted his wife and her 11-year-old son this weekend after she woke him up when the bus they were riding on approached their stop at the corner of 14th Street and 1st Avenue. [DNA Info]

Not to be outdone by BOS, plans are underway for Greenpoint Open Studios during the first weekend of October. [Greenpointers]

A Williamsburg-based developer wants to turn the former Dannenhoffer’s Opalescent Glassworks factory on Himrod Street in Bushwick into a 70K-square-foot mixed-use space with 80 apartments. Click here to see a rendering. [Wyckoff Heights]

Meanwhile, a mixed-use building on Second Avenue between 11th and 12th Streets (and formerly home to the restaurant Thai on Two), sold for $6.75 million in an all-cash deal. [Massey Knakal Reel]

Tour one of the apartments in the new condo building at 227 E. 7th Street, where units are priced between $1.45 million and $2 million. [Curbed NY]

NYU will expand its Academic Support Center on Lafayette Street, taking over the Noho storefront that belonged to Plantworks. [Curbed NY]

Superiority Burger, a nights-only pop-up selling $5 veggie burgers, will come to Family Recipe’s former Eldrige Street restaurant courtesy of James Beard Award winning pastry chef Brooks Headley. [Grub Street]

Artist Marilyn Minter—who designed a mural inside the new Kiehl’s Nolita outpost— will be on hand for the Mulberry Street store’s ribbon-cutting tonight at 6:30 p.m.. Gift cards will be distributed to the first 50 shoppers, who will be steered toward skin and body products as well as $20 Minter-designed tote bags (with 100% of the proceeds going to Planned Parenthood). [Racked NY]

On Saturday afternoon, Sarah Roosevelt Park on the Lower East Side will be the site of the Myanmar Chinese Association of New York Summer Water Festival & Health Fair. And Monday night Brooklyn Brewery will host Kegs & Kluckers, a $25/person fundraiser to benefit Just Food’s City Chicken Project, which allows schools and community gardens to raise chickens and get fresh eggs. [Eating in Translation]

Here are some events happening in Greenpoint over the next week, including the closing party for The Mural Project tomorrow night at Succulent Studios. [Greenpointers]

Speaking of murals, East Village neighborhood group First Street Green is accepting mural proposals from artists who want their work displayed in First Park. [DNA Info]

Chez Jef, the pop-up restaurant inside the former Bowery Diner, will return in September as an overhauled French bistro. [Eater NY]

Read about the upcoming final season of Shakespeare in the Parking Lot at its current home at the corner of Ludlow and Broome Streets on the Lower East Side. [Wall Street Journal]

RSVP here to attend the book party for Bushwick Nightz next Thursday night (7/17) at Lot 45. [Bushwick Daily]