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The son of Tatum O’Neal and John McEnroe was arrested in the East Village after allegedly buying cocaine and prescription pills. Police also arrested McEnroe’s alleged drug dealer, 22-year-old Niro Meneses of the Upper West Side. [NY Daily News]

The Williamsburg Starbucks opens Monday. [Gothamist]

Kings County Bar—of Smallest Penis in Brooklyn Pageant fame—left its Seigel Street space in Bushwick after a rent increase, choosing to merge with its sister bar 1 Knickerbocker to form Kings County Saloon, opening Friday. [Gothamist]

Former Lower East Side vintage shop Dear: Rivington will reopen imminently in Noho under a new name, Dear: Great Jones. [Commercial Observer]

Contrada—the restaurant that has been in pop-up mode since replacing Calliope in the East Village this spring—will celebrate its formal opening on July 29. [Fork in the Road]

Read a lengthy expose on Brooklyn’s hospital crisis. [NY Observer]

Despite the recent renovation, photos from this week’s storms show that Washington Square Park continues to be flood-prone. [Washington Square Park Blog]

Smorgasburg has two new vendors in Williamsburg (Upstate Rhubarb and The Poke Shop), and the Experimental Cocktail Club on the Lower East Side debuted a new drink menu. [Eater NY]

Per a new report, in June the cost of the average one-bedroom apartment in Bushwick was $1,964, down 7.8 percent from May. [Brownstoner]

Tonight Howl! Arts kicks off its five-week summer film series in Tompkins Square Park with a free screening of Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Gates open at 6 p.m. and the film begins at sundown. [Free Films in Tompkins]

This slideshow takes you to Williamsburg’s first bed & breakfast, Urban Cowboy. [Vogue Paris]

A sports bar will take over the lease from the East Village’s Sutra Lounge, which at one point received more 311 complaints then any bar in the city during its run. [Bowery Boogie]

Punjabi Grocery & Deli, on the corner of 1st Street and 1st Avenue, wants the city to okay a taxi relief stand out front, so that cab drivers can break for an hour before heading back to work. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

Mr. Brainwash, a street artist featured in the 2010 Banksy documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop, designed a mural for the Williamsburg apartment building 250N10. [Wall Street Journal]

From 7 to 9 p.m. tonight, Whole Foods Bowery will host a cooking demo and tasting called, “The Street Foods of India: A Benefit for Just Food.” Tickets are $25 plus service fee. [Eating In Translation]

In Williamsburg, Delaware & Hudson restaurant will now have dinner service on Tuesdays, plus a la carte dishes to complement its $48 prix fixe menu on Sunday nights. [Eater]

Look inside one of the apartments at the new 20-unit building 171 North 10th Street in Williamsburg. [Brownstoner]

Project No. 8 design shop on the Lower East Side will fete artist Jane D’Arensbourg‘s glass sculpture and jewelry exhibit from 6 to 8 p.m.; free snacks will be provided by local restaurant Fung Tu. And Williamsburg yoga and cycling spot SyncStudio will hosting a get-together with cocktails and dancing tonight at 8:30 p.m. at Caribbean restaurant Battery Harris. [Racked NY]

See two pictures of Noho’s Lafayette Street, circa 1901. [Off the Grid]

Here are interior shots from Bill Reed’s recently opened Williamsburg restaurant, Humboldt & Jackson. [Eater]

Today through Saturday—in Nolita and Williamsburg—everything is marked $50 or less at the Courtshop Summer Sample Sale. []