Puddle as vase

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Lower East Side gallery 47 Canal will close on August 2 and relocate to 291 Grand Street, where it will reopen in September under its current name. [Gallerist NY]

A former employee is suing Dumpling Man on St. Marks Place, claiming wrongful termination and hazardous working conditions. [NY Post]

Check out 40-plus photos from this weekend’s ice cream festivals at the Brooklyn Flea and Hester Street Fair. [Gothamist]

Patti Smith and Jonatham Lethem participated in an hour-long radio conversation. [PEN America]

Leather accessories brand Billykirk will set up shop at 16 Orchard Street, formerly home to the vintage clothing boutique Gargyle. [Bowery Boogie]

Employees of the Williamsburg Japanese restaurant Supercore—which closed in March after 12 years in business—have opened a new Japanese restaurant called Catswall at the same Bedford Avenue address. [Gothamist]

Alphabet City eatery Apartment 13 shuttered after just less than a year. [EV Grieve]

Delivery, a new 10-minute short film, stars a 52-year-old deliveryman from Williamsburg’s Best Pizza. [Free Williamsburg]

Similar to the iToilet app proposed by George Costanza post-Seinfeld on an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm, the new website Wee Wee Free allows NYC businesses to advertise their public bathrooms. [DNA Info]

According to this top 10 list, Williamsburg is the world’s most hipster neighborhood; its international hipster sisters include Florentin in Tel Aviv, Amsterdam-Noord in Amsterdam, and Vesterbro in Copenhagen. [Thrillist]

With help from James Franco‘s younger brother, Conan O’Brien gave Tinder a try. [Queerty]

See a tiny installation on Williamsburg’s Wythe Avenue from artist Cynthia von Buhler’s Speakeasy Dollhouse project, which one blogger nicknamed, “the fanciest mouse hole in New York City.” [Scouting NY]