Danielle Mastrion does the Beastie Boys, at Paul's Boutique

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Police are searching for two missing East Villagers: 13-year-old Shaun Tanner, last seen at his E.10th Street apartment on July 28; and 21-year-old Brianne Dougherty, last seen on E.13th Street on August 1. [Town & Village Blog]

Approximately 10 storefronts on E.14th Street between Avenues A and B were razed to make way for a seven-story condo. [EV Grieve]

Elsa, the E.3rd Street cocktail bar named for iconic designer Elsa Schiaperalli, recently shuttered after occupying three addresses in the East Village since November 2008. [EV Grieve]

Mile High Run Club will replace Plantworks on E.4th Street in Noho. [Bowery Boogie]

Argentine restaurant Balvanera opened at 152 Stanton Street on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Two Williamsburg food stores owned by Upstate Congressional candidate Aaron Woolf—Urban Rustic and Lodge—have received 80+ health department violations since 2011, several related to vermin. [NY Daily News]

Here’s a rendering of a six-story, 93-unit affordable housing building going up at 21 Commercial Street in Greenpoint. [Brownstoner]

Mast Brothers confectioners expanded their Williamsburg shop to include The Chocolate House, a spot to sip five chocolate beverages. [Eater NY]

Tonight from 5:30 to 8: 30 p.m., Josie Natori lingere shop in Nolita will host a pajama party with origami lessons, a photo booth, and a $500 gift card giveaway. And in the East Village from 8 to 11 p.m.

Starting tomorrow, The Meat Hook sandwich shop in Williamsburg delivers, the same day they kick off their weekly Wednesday special of steak, salad and bottomless beers for $25. [Brooklyn Based]

Every Thursday this month, St. Paul’s Church in Williamsburg will show free movies outdoors for its first annual Latin American Film Festival. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Things to watch in Williamsburg this week: The Big Lebowski for free tomorrow night at McCarren Park SummerScreenBroad City writer Chris Kelly perform in the comedic storytelling show “Split Personality” Thursday at Over the Eight, and five pizza-themed plays by local writers (including UCB’s Josh Sharp) at Legion Friday (free pizza will be served). [Brokelyn]

Noho sportswear store Oak will host a warehouse sale at 28 Bond Street this Friday through Sunday, with up to 90 percent markdowns on sample and vintage stock. []

Bushwick Vendors Market, which aims to be more diverse and less expensive than other Brooklyn flea markets, will take place on August 31 from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Silent Barn. []

Local yarn bomber Olek, who has a new installation in Williamsburg, participated in a new Q&A. [Greenpointers]

Then read a Q&A with Virginia Craddock and Johnny Pizzolato, founder of the Lower East Side boutique International Playground (which just opened a Soho spinoff). [Racked NY]

Momofoku Milk Bar‘s new seasonal soft-serve flavors—such as Compost Cookie in Williamsburg and Crack Pie in the East Village—are tributes the bakery’s greatest hits, another tie in to Momofoku’s upcoming 10 year anniversary. Blueberry-bagel bombs, a Fruity Daiquiri shake, and chocolate-chip truffles are also new to the Milk Bar menus. [Grub Street]