People's Climate March NYC 2014: YOLO

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Corresponding with yesterday’s People’s Climate March, Reverend Billy was arrested in Tompkins Square Park for climbing onto a Parks Department truck in an attempt to save a tree. [NY Daily News]

Georgia’s former president, Mikheil Saakashvili, now lives on N. 7th Street in Williamsburg. [NY Times]

Fab 208 clothing store will shutter after 23 years on 7th Street in the East Village; they hope to find a new location next year. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

28 E.14th Street—a mixed-use building currently housing a location of Journeys shoes—is for sale. Price: $30 million. [Massey Knakel Reel]

Tonight in the East Village, several celebrity chefs will prepare courses at an ALS Benefit at Hearth restaurant (tickets are $325 each), and feminist authors Erica Jong and Daphne Merkin will participate in a $100/person dinner and talk at Contrada. [Gothamist]

Hundreds of people were turned away from Smorgasburg‘s Central Park event Friday night. [Gothamist]

Back in Williamsburg this Saturday, Smorgasburg will host the Brooklyn Flea Record Fair from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Icon Realty Management bought the five-story, eight-unit apartment building at 47 Clinton Street for $5 million. [Bowery Boogie]

Landlord Steve Croman‘s plans were approved to covert the former home of Amato Opera on Bowery into apartments. [EV Grieve]

Tour an 18th century converted farmhouse on Great Jones Street that’s on the market for $3.7 million. [Curbed NY]

Grub Street’s Food Festival will bring 75 vendors to the Hester Street Fair on October 5. [Grub Street]

Next month Yuji Ramen—the twice-weekly restaurant pop-up at Okonomi in Williamsburg—will start dishing up noodles five days a week (Monday through Friday). [Eater NY]

Bushwick bar Heavy Woods boasts a new back room. [Bushwick Daily]

British celebrity hairstylist Brit Kenna opened an appointment-only studio, Kennaland, in Greenpoint. [NY Observer]

And this weekend Salon V relocated to Greenwich Village after a decade in Alphabet City. [EV Grieve]

Through Wednesday, the designer-stocked Pop-Up Outlet on Mulberry Street has marked down its stock by 90 percent. [Racked NY]

Read a short profile of the Lower East Side’s Tenement Museum. [Crain’s NY]

The Department of City Planning unveiled an official new map of NYC neighborhoods. []

Celebs seen dining at Acme restaurant in Noho this past week include David Byrne, Whoopi Goldberg and Sarah Jessica Parker. [Page Six]

NYC is PETA’s pick for the most vegan-friendly city in the 50 states. [First We Feast]