Watch Bushwick singer Catey Shaw‘s new music video, “Brooklyn Girls,” a play on Katy Perry’s “California Girls.” [Paper]

A 21-year-old mom and City Bakery employee was struck and killed by a 4 train at the Union Square subway station this weekend. [NY Post]

Neighboring Noho businesses Kaufman Shoe Repair Supplies (age 75) and Downtown Floor Supplies (age 25) will depart Lafayette Street, with the former relocating to Park Slope after August 1 and the latter reopening in Chelsea after August 10. [Bowery Boogie]

Scroll through images taken yesterday at a City Hall rally to save Williamsburg’s Swinging Sixties Senior Center, which is on the brink of a rent hike, to $40K/month. [NY Daily News]

Check out the interiors of three apartments for rent at 200 11th Street—a $3,900/month studio, an $5,800/month one-bedroom, and a $9,300/month two-bedroom. [Curbed NY]

State Senator Daniel Squadron and Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer vowed to make curbside bus service to more regulated in Chinatown and on the Lower East Side. [NY Observer]

See a drawing of five-story, 40-unit apartment building planned for 73 Montrose Avenue in Williamsburg. [Brownstoner]

Superiority Burger‘s $5 veggie burger pop-up restaurant kicks off Sunday at 5 p.m. at 231 Eldridge Street. [T]

Public art collective Los Muralistas de El Puente wants volunteers to help paint a 200-foot-long mural on the Domino Sugar Factory development‘s fence Friday afternoon from 2 to 4 p.m. [Curbed]