(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Around 1 a.m. Saturday morning, police say a man at McCarren Park’s handball court was assaulted and robbed by a group of eight to 10 men, who took a bat to his right knee. [DNA Info]

In Williamsburg this week, 36-year-old Rosella Best was arrested for spray painting messages including “Nazis=NYPD” on police cars and public school walls last month. [Animal NY] Click here to see video surveillance (obtained by The Post) of Ms. Best allegedly caught in the act.

The East Village’s last gas station just shuttered, a Mobil at the corner of Houston and Avenue C. [EV Grieve]

The single-story office building at 26 West Street in Greenpoint will be replaced by a six-story, 72-unit apartment building. [Brownstoner]

From the looks of Community Board 1’s September agenda, Frankie’s Spuntino will be adding a Williamsburg outpost to its current pair of restaurants in Carroll Gardens and the West Village. [Grub Street]

On Hester Street, Brazilian restaurant Barzinho closed after less than two years in business. [Bowery Boogie]

Studio Kitchen Cafe on the Lower East Side will debut a pop-up restaurant Sunday called Project Sara, serving a five-course, $80 meal inspired by a single flavor. [NY Post]

For several hours on September 20, the music installation “Trumpet City” will dispatch 18+ trumpet players to spots on Meeker Avenue (from Metropolitan Avenue to Newtown Creek) as part of an experiment to break up the sounds of street traffic. [Hyperallergic]

Crossfit gym Caype Athletics recently opened on Stagg Avenue near the Bushwick/Williamsburg border. [Bushwick Daily]

Black Seed Bagels in Noho will now sell pizza bagels Thursdays through Saturdays from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. [Gothamist]

Tonight at 6:30 p.m., Greenpoint eatery Achilles Heel will host a shrimp boil, where various dark liquor concoctions will also be served.

Rapper Action Bronson hit up Momofuku Milk Bar‘s Williamsburg location in the latest episode of his VICE series, Fuck, That’s Delicious. [Munchies]

Learn the morbid history of Noho’s 31 Bond Street, where a dentist was stabbed in the heart in 1857. [NY Times]