Opening day at the rice burger place, Yonekichi

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

In Williamsburg crime news: 74 laptops—valued at $111K total—were stolen from a Hooper Street school between August 15 and 19, and an engagement ring and two Macbooks were taken from a Havemeyer Street apartment. [The Brooklyn Paper]

G&S Sporting Goods will shutter after more than seven decades in business on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Demolition permits were filed for six buildings in Greenpoint’s former Harte and Co. plastics factory, which sits on a Superfund site. [Brownstoner]

A six-story, 52K-square-foot building at 815 Broadway in Bushwick seeks a buyer. [Massey Knakel]

Police charged 26-year-old James Tortora with smashing three car windows in Greenpoint over the weekend and stealing items such as a guitar, an iPod and a pair of sunglasses. []

The free Broadway G to Lorimer J/M train transfer ends next week, but the Rider’s Alliance, a nine-person group of elected officials, is lobbying the MTA to make it permanent. [NY Daily News]

Behati Prinsloo, the Victoria’s Secret model who married Maroon 5 singer Adam Levine last month, sold her duplex of six years at 643 E.11th Street for $1.65 million. [NY Daily News]

In Williamsburg, Humboldt & Jackson restaurant and Beer Street bar will co-host a $35/person tasting party Sunday night at 7:30 p.m. [Eater NY]

The landlord of Sixth Ward will appear in court next month for a hearing about the Orchard Street bar’s recent Department of Buildings violations, including a blocked fire escape. [Bowery Boogie]

Watch Saturday Night Live‘s Sasheer Zamata give advice about virginity loss and shutting down street harassers. [Rookie]

Read about Lena Dunham‘s childhood therapy sessions in this excerpt from her forthcoming memoir, Not That Kind of Girl. [The New Yorker]

Bushwick Bookclub, founded in 2009 by a Goodbye, Blue Monday employee, now has sister clubs in Seattle and Malmo, Sweden. [Bushwick Daily]

Here’s a map of all the affordable housing developments planned for NYC. [DNA Info]

According to a pair of new charts made from recently published Housing and Urban Development data, New York isn’t the most expensive city in the country after all. [Vox]

Try this recipe for “California Pop Beer,” a long lost recipe inspired by one of the 19th century glass bottles archaeologists discovered this spring on a future hotel site at 50 Bowery. [DNA Info]