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(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Three individuals sustained minor cuts after a FDNY truck’s tire blew out on the corner of Clinton and Delancey Streets. The burst also shattered the store windows of Snea Jean Inc. a Lower East Side clothing shop. [DNA Info]

The man on the run in this six-second surveillance video allegedly attempted to rape a 25-year-old woman near the Greenpoint intersection of Morgan Avenue and Driggs Street around 3 a.m. Sunday morning, according to the NYPD. [DNA Info]

Police also say this man followed a delivery worker into Kickstarter’s Greenpoint HQ Wednesday night and made off with three laptops and an iPhone 5s. [Gothamist]

On Sunday, 200 East Villagers rallied to denounce developer Gregg Singer’s intent to convert P.S. 64 and CHARAS/El Bohio Community Center at 605 E. 9th Street into a dorm. [Off the Grid]

Frankie’s Spuntino, which had been circling 57 S. 6th Street for its first Williamsburg location, reportedly won’t close on that space. [Eater NY]

10 Devoe Pizza recently opened in Dieci’s old Williamsburg digs. [Eater NY]

After two years in business, Potlikker restaurant shuttered on Bedford Avenue in Williamsburg. [Eater NY]

Greenpointers, today’s your last chance to pick up takeout pizza from Paulie Gee’s. [Eater NY]

Two Williamsburg properties—66 Ainslie Street and 21 Powers Street—were purchased by a Brooklyn development firm for a combined $21 million. [The Real Deal]

A 6th Street resident is battling his landlord—who allegedly cut off his heat and water mid-renovation—to stay in his rent-stabilized home of 44 years. [NY Post]

There’s a new rendering out of Earthship in the Sky, a trippy-looking “radically sustainable home” proposed for Pitt Street on the Lower East Side, which first lobbied before Community Board 3 in 2011. [Curbed NY]

John Mayer and 20 friends partied at the Bowery Hotel this weekend. [NY Daily News]

Peek inside the Williamsburg apartment of Julia Zangrilli, owner of NOVA perfumery. [Refinery 29]

Williamsburg bar Tuffet will boast a cider-centric menu during the month of October. [Eater NY]

Read a history of the electricity-generating windmill that helped the residents of 519 E. 11th Street endure the blackout of 1977. [Gothamist]

Tonight from 5 to 9 p.m., online clothing boutique Of Mercer NYC will celebrate its five-day, brick-and-mortar Nolita pop-up shop with cocktails and a DJ. Subsequent events (a pink party, a braid bar) will take place through Sunday at 345 Broome Street.

Lena Dunham will be on hand at B&N Union Square tonight when pre-signed copies of her just-released book, Not That Kind of Girl, are passed out to purchasers at 7 p.m. And no, she won’t sign your box of Q-Tips. [The Skint]