26th Annual Tompkins Square Riot Reunion

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

At 1 a.m. yesterday morning on Bushwick’s Moore Street, a 25-year-old man sitting on a bench was killed and two middle-aged women were injured when a man fired a gun in the direction of a crowd. No arrest has been made, and the surviving victims are in stable condition at Bellevue Hospital. [NY Daily News]

A security camera filmed a woman tossing a brick through the restaurant Glasserie‘s glass entrance Wednesday evening in Greenpoint. Other Franklin Street storefronts, including Word. bookstore, have reported recently similar acts of vandalism. []

Both a firefighter and a civilian suffered minor injuries in a pre-dawn blaze on Friday morning at the Lillian Wald Houses on Houston Street. [DNA Info]

Police are searching for Miguel Fontanez, a 5-foot-7, 160 pound teen who lives at 612 E.14th Street and has been missing since Wednesday. [Town & Village Blog]

The Department of Housing Preservation and Development told longtime Lower East Sider Jimmy Jannuzzi, who has stage 4 lung cancer, and hundreds of other tenants citywide to relocate to a smaller apartments if they wish to continue receiving Section 8 rent-assistance payments. [DNA Info]

Cafe/cocktail bar Sunrise/Sunset opened on Evergreen Avenue in Bushwick. []

Chef Thomas Chen debuted his new East Village Asian restaurant, Tuome, on E.5th Street. [NY magazine]

The new French eatery at 115 Avenue C is called Le Jardin Bistro. [EV Grieve]

Proposed Rockaway Beach Boardwalk redesigns aren’t winning over any Community Board 14 fans with current renderings, which include “tanning tables” for sun-loving beachgoers. [Rockaway Times]

The firm responsible for redeveloping the Domino Sugar Factory site, Two Trees, said it will spend $10 million salvaging industrial artifacts from the Williamsburg plant, including its 40-foot sign. [NY Daily News]

According to just-released real estate records, in June Barclay’s Center owner RedSky Capital paid $32 million for the Williamsburg property at 143-157 Roebling Street. [The Real Deal]

Film Noir Video in Greenpoint was spotlighted as one of four NYC video stores that’s still going strong. [NY Observer]

Read a Beastie Boys-related excerpt from the Lower East Side history For Whom the Cowbell Tolls: 25 Years of Paul’s Boutique by Dan LeRoy and Peter Relic. [Rolling Stone] 

Lachlan, which opened in Gwynett Street’s old space in January, plans to reopen in a week after a month-long closure. [Eater NY]

NYC’s Department of Sanitation fined Saltie sandwich shop in Williamsburg for the dimensions of its sidewalk chalkboard signage. [Grub Street]

At South Street Seaport last week, the Chori Burger from East Village Filipino mainstay Jeepney won this year’s Battle of the Burger. [Time Out NY]

Three artists originally from Japan talk about adjusting to their adopted hometown, Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

See five East Village apartments currently on the market, ranging from about $700K to $2.7 million. [Curbed NY]

Lower East Side Michelin-starred chef Wylie Dufresne (wd~50) plays 21 questions. [Daily Intelligencer]

In a new round-up, Morgenstern’s—the not-yet-three-month-old frozen treat shop on the Lower East Side—was named one of the country’s top 21 new ice cream spots. [Eater]

The local purveyors of these “50 Candies to Eat Now” include Handsome Dan’s in the East Village; Eddie’s Sweet Shop in Williamsburg; Roxbury Mountain Maple at the Union Square Greenmarket; and Aji Ichiban, Shi Eurasia and The Sweet Life on the Lower East Side. [NY magazine]