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The body of missing 28-year-old Peter Spear of Greenpoint has been found. [Greenpointers]

The new Orchard Street home of Max Fish got frontage and an opening date: August 2. [Bowery Boogie]

Seventeen-year-old Julio Camilo was arrested at McCarren Park Pool after allegedly punching a park officer and chipping his tooth. [Gothamist]

 Although the five-week G train shutdown begins July 26, no date has been set for reopening the East River Ferry’s India Street pier in Greenpoint. [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]

This fall an eight-story, 116-room hotel will open on Beaver Street in Bushwick. [DNA Info]

Dot-com era tech entrepreneur Josh Pais—a former Williamsburg resident known for throwing epic parties—held a recruiting event in Nolita last week to find people willing to join his “cyber army” in an upcoming war against Google. [Daily Intelligencer]

Take a look at the “war zone of construction” that residents face at 102 Norfolk Street, overseen by LES landlord Samy Mahfar. [Bowery Boogie]

East Williamsburg circus and theater company House of Yes is in the midst of a $60K Kickstarter campaign to fund construction of their new venue. Among their incentives: anyone who donates $30 will receive a pair of booty shorts. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Bushwick mom Charlotte Ghiorse—who owns the “Sexy Astrology” trademark—is fending off a legal challenge from a Florida astrologer who owns the trademark to “Sextrology.” [DNA Info]

After years of delays, a seven-story apartment building—half as tall as it was in original plans—will be built at 444 Graham Avenue in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

Top Chef winner Ilan Hall will open the East coast branch of his restaurant, The Gorbals, on July 22 at Space Ninety 8 in Williamsburg. [Grub Street]

Ivan Ramen on the Lower East Side is now opened for lunch every day from 12:30 p.m to 3:30 p.m. [Eater NY]

A Momofoku Milk Bar cookie window will open up inside the Band of Outsiders clothing store in Soho. [Racked NY]

Thursday night Videology will host The Disposable Film Festival, a West Coast import celebrating cinema created with cell phones. [Brooklyn Daily]

Read a recap of this weekend’s Giglio Festival, a century-old, two-day affair for local Italians whose events included the questua—handing out bread on the streets of Williamsburg and Greenpoint to solicit church donations. [NY Times]

In Williamsburg, Human@Ease Fitness and Wellness Center will host a sweet potato-themed, organic brunch-making class on Saturday. Cost: $40/person. [Greenpointers]

Check out the layout of  on Havemeyer Street in Williamsburg, which soft-opened a couple weeks ago but will have a more official debut Saturday. [NY magazine]

Trainwreckthe new comedy written by and starring Amy Schumer, directed by Judd Apatow—will be shooting today near the corner of Allen and Grand Streets on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]