Chef Danny Bowien sued former Mission Chinese landlord Abraham Noy for at least $500K, claiming that the restaurant’s former Orchard Street address had to be vacated due to a severe mouse infestation.
The New Museum received a $500K grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (for a new research fellowship and a seminar series), and also established a $300K travel fund for its curators. [Art F City]
Digital Society, the Apple-endorsed East Village computer repair shop, closed last week after 20 years in business. 
Dog training specialists Dream Come True K9 will make the move from Grand Street to Attorney Street on the Lower East Side, replacing Beyond Martial Arts. [Bowery Boogie]
At 5 p.m., Barnes & Noble Union Square hosts a photo op with Grumpy Cat herself for anyone who buys a copy of The Grumpy Guide to Life: Observations from Grumpy Cat ($12.95). [The Skint]