(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Friday night a point-blank shooting near Moffat Street and Wilson Avenue in Bushwick was captured on video. Police are looking for the shooter whose bullets hit a 24-year-old male in the leg and back. The victim is in stable condition at King’s County Hospital. [Gothamist]

Rivington House, a 206-bed nursing home for AIDS patients on the Lower East Side, will close in November. The 100 current residents will be transferred, and 231 employees will likely lose their jobs.  [The Lo-Down]

Former East Village musician Dev Hynes (aka Blood Orange) tweeted that he and his girlfriend Samantha Urbani were allegedly assaulted by Lollapalooza’s security guards Friday night after his set at the Chicago festival. Both happened to be wearing anti-violence t-shirts. [Vulture]

The family of 14-year-old Richard Gonzalez—an insulin-dependent diabetic who was arrested in April for attempted murder following the shooting of another teen in front of Bushwick’s Foot Locker—is suing the NYPD for allegedly  denying him his medicine to get him to confess before the charges were dropped. [NY Daily News]

Part of Clinton Street near Delancey Street was rechristened Dashane Santana Way after the six-grade girl who was struck by a van and killed in 2012 at the Lower East Side intersection. [Gothamist]

Last week a mezuzah went missing from the doorway of a Wilson Street apartment in Williamsburg; police are investigating it as a possible hate crime. [DNA Info]

Watch surveillance footage of a woman stealing an iPad from Dempsey’s Pub in the East Village. [DNA Info]

House of Yes threw a party Friday night (complete with fire breathers) to celebrate successfully reaching their $60K Kickstarter goal, money that will help finance their new home in Bushwick. With a few days remaining, the fundraiser has received nearly $80K in contributions. [Gothamist]

After a 14-year run, Mud Truck will no longer be parked in Astor Place, at least for the foreseeable future. [The Asshole at the Center of the Universe]

Six four-story, 3,800-square-foot homes known as the Wythe Avenue Townhouses are bound for the corner of Wythe Avenue and S.4th Street. [NY Times]

Here are several renderings of The School at Fillmore Place, a high-end three-story preschool also hoping to break ground in Williamsburg. [Curbed NY]

Kim’s Laundromat & Cleaners shuttered after three decades on Avenue A thanks to a rent increase. [EV Grieve]

In the East Village, the marshal took possession of 10,000 Steps A Hungarian Bookstore. According to its Facebook page, a new location is TBA. [EV Grieve]

Yesterday The New York Times published a full-page ad for a website that reviews medical marijuana dispensaries. [Gothamist]

Tour model-turned-designer Ashley Smith’s East Village apartment. [Refinery 29]

Get a glimpse inside the Bushwick studio of milliner Lola Ehrlich, who first opened her shop, Lola Hats, a generation ago in the East Village. [Bushwick Daily]

Then size up a $9 million duplex on East 9th Street between Broadway and University Place. [Curbed NY]

Greenpoint Sandwich opened in its namesake neighborhood, replacing a Subway. [Greenpointers]

Tomorrow at 2 p.m. on the corner of 10th Street and First Ave., actors from Theater for the New City will perform a musical called, “EMERGENCY!!! or The World Takes A Selfie.” [Town & Village Blog]

Learn the history of the Anthology Film Archives building on 2nd Avenue, which began as a courthouse nearly a century ago. [Off the Grid]

And read about the East Village glory days of HiFi Bar. [NY Times]

Nickname for the Bushwick/Ridgewood border better than Quooklyn: Bushwood. [The Awl]