People's Climate March NYC 2014: I Love You to the Moon and Back

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Jamancey Vadon, a 14-year-old who lives in the Riis Houses on Avenue D, has been missing since Friday night. Crime Stoppers (1-800-577-8477) is seeking leads on the boy’s whereabouts (see photo). [Town & Village Blog]

Today Momofoku Milk Bar Soho opens a takeout window at the Band of Outsiders store on Wooster Street. [Grub Street]

On Great Jones Street, the currently-closed restaurant Five Points will return next month as Vic’s, an Italian/Mediterranean eatery helmed by Chef Hillary Sterling. [Grub Street]

Former LES cocktail lounge Milk & Honey will leave its current home in the Flatiron District next month; search for location #3 is underway. [Grub Street]

Pete Wells awarded one star to Sammy’s Roumanian Steakhouse, a Chrystie Street restaurant that hasn’t been reviewed since the early ’80s. [NY Times]

A 12-foot-tall Torah ark was relocated from the former Adas Le Israel Anshei Meseritz synagogue on the Lower East Side to Episcopal St. Paul’s Chapel in the Financial District. [Wall Street Journal]

Manhattan salon mini-chain Cutler expanded into Williamsburg with a bar/barbershop combo. [WWD]

R. Luke DuBois pays tribute to William S. Burroughs in his exhibition, “Portraits,” on display at Bitforms gallery on the Lower East Side through October 19. [Hyperallergic]

In other LES gallery news, artist Cara Benedetto has a bedroom-themed show, “Come Early and Often,” running at Chapter NY through October 12. [NY Observer]

Promoting the publication of her book next week, Girls creator Lena Dunham released 12 advice videos on the subjects like body acceptance and bad sex. [The Cut]

A New Jersey-based IT guy was able to quit his job at Apple because of the money he makes playing Rock, Paper, Scissors for money in Williamsburg bars. [Gothamist]