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Tommaso Mazzoni, owner of Milk and Roses Bistro in Greenpoint, was sliced on the chest with a sharp object Sunday night when he attempted to break up a customer dispute about a “stolen” cellphone. The alleged assailant, Alfred Davis, who was arrested and charged with criminal possession of a weapon and harassment, will be in court on November 7. [DNA Info]

Developers of the eight-story, 42-unit apartment building at 210 N.12th Street in Williamsburg received a $21 million loan to complete the project. []

Last night, a continuous three-day staging of Theater Plastique‘s musical “Emily Dickinson OUTER SPACE”—featuring 88 performers—began at The Bushwick Starr. The show wraps tomorrow night at 10 p.m. [Bushwick Daily]
Today the Williamsburg arts and culture non-profit El Puente officially unveils a new mural—¡Cultura Con Azúcar! (Culture With Sugar)—at the former Domino Sugar factory site. [Curbed NY]

Also starting today, leather purveyer Marlow Goods (an offshoot of nearby Marlow & Sons restaurant) is the Wythe Hotel‘s newest retail resident (through the end of 2014). [Racked NY]

At 5 p.m., The Rising States on Ludlow Street will host a party with free drinks and eats for its first anniversary. And LES Opening Night, a tribute to 30 new gallery exhibits and neighborhood fashions, will kick off Sunday at 7 p.m. on Orchard Street between Grand and Broome Streets with a fashion show styled by Cosmopolitan‘s Amy Odell. [Racked NY]

North Brooklyn events this weekend: From noon to 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Greenpoint Library, Greenpoint Hand Skills will host a free letterpress printing workshop (RSVP here). And tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m., the Greenpoint YMCA‘s Holistic Day will boast demo exercise classe and locally-made wellness products. Sunday afternoon in Bushwick,  the quarterly magazine Golly will celebrate their first print issue at Silent Barn with stick and poke tattoos, loom weaving, and a concert ($8/person). [Brokelyn]

Tomorrow from noon to 4 p.m. at Thrift Disco‘s Radio Bushwick pop-up shop, exchange 10 of your clothing items for 10 new-to-you pieces ($10) or trade-in 25 old items for $20. Tickets available here. [Bushwick Daily]

From 2 to 4 p.m. tomorrow, Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream on the Lower East Side will fete its partnership with clothing designer Ale et Ange will a new flavor that will be sold just this week , Godzilla (strawberry-vanilla ice cream with chocolate fudge). And starting this Monday, Porsena Extra Bar in the East Village will host Lakh Lakh, a Persian pop-up restaurant with cookbook author Louisa Shafia. [Eater NY]

Check out these new vendors at Smorgasburg on Saturday and Williamaburg’s Brooklyn Flea on Sunday. [Brooklyn Flea]

Find out everything you ever wanted to know about the legendary St. Marks Place. [Curbed NY]

Here’s a guide to shopping ethically in Bushwick without breaking the bank. [Bushwick Daily]

Peek inside the $7.5 million townhouse at 114 E.10th Street. [Douglas Elliman]

On October 26, Bat Haus will host The Bushwick Kid’s Flea Market, where parents can load up on gently used bargain baby products. []

Another day, another map of Brooklyn stereotypes divvied up by block (this time in Williamsburg). [Judgmental Maps]