(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Kim’s Video has announced its last day of business: Aug. 25. As you can see above, the store is looking more and more empty, with several empty shelves already sold. [@bedbow]

A contractor cleaning up a building abandoned 22 years ago on Bushwick’s Bleecker Street discovered two hand grenades—possibly dating from WWI, and one of them still active—inside a box of guns. [News 12 Brooklyn]

Police in Williamsburg arrested a 24-year-old man who allegedly assaulted a 21-year-old man just before 3 a.m. Friday morning on Wythe Avenue between N.5th and N.6th Streets. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Following an argument, a construction worker returned to a job site on Wythe Avenue between S.9th and S.8th Streets and shot at a colleague, who ran away and was not injured. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Ale House, which debuted on Berry Street in 1997, will shutter two weeks from today. [Free Williamsburg]

On Franklin Street, Permanent Records lost its lease and will close on September 30 after seven years in Greenpoint. The owner seeks a new Brooklyn storefront. [DNA Info]

East Village hookah bar Gaia Lounge was evicted Monday. [EV Grieve]

A seven-story, S.4th Street apartment building previously co-owned by murdered Williamsburg landlord Menachem Stark—Rocket Factory Lofts—will reportedly be purchased for $52 million. [The Real Deal]

The former Lincoln Savings Bank on Broadway in Williamsburg hit the market for $35 million. [Commercial Observer]

Permits have been filed to build 23 apartments on the empty lot at 123-127 Boerum Street in Williamsburg. [NY YIMBY]

Perbacco, an Italian restaurant in the East Village, will reopen with a new look next month after a four-month closure. [Eater NY]

Four women joined the FDNY this year, including Vanessa Schoening of Engine 33 in the East Village and Giselle King of  Engine 15 on the Lower East Side. [NY magazine]

On the Lower East Side, the Henry Street Settlement is circulating a petition to get Samual Dickstein Plaza—named after a former Congressman and Sovietrechristened in honor of the settlement’s founder, Lillian Wald. [DNA Info]

Read about some of the Department of Buildings’ 530 stalled construction sites including 49 E.Houston Street, 540 Bedford Avenue, and 50 Greenpoint Avenue. [The Real Deal]

Tonight from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. in Williamsburg, chefs from the Lower East Side’s New York Sushi Ko will be grilling at Good Co.‘s BBQ Blowout. [Eater NY]

Through Friday in Noho, e-retailer Charm & Chain hosts a jewelry sale at 611 Broadway, Suite 816, featuring up to 80 percent off designer bling. [Racked NY]

And Friday morning, Williamsburg clothing boutque Sword-Smith will unveil new markdowns up to 90 percent off sample and past season merchandise. [Racked NY]

At a party from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday night, The Diamond will serve a free beer to any artist who registers to participate in the first Greenpoint Open Studios this October. [Greenpointers]

In Greenpoint, The Bounty‘s menu now includes weekend brunch. [Greenpointers]

See photos of the now-nonexistant Lewis Street, which stretched across the Lower East Side and the East Village until public housing developments went up mid-20th century. [Off the Grid]