(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Frederik Eklund of Million Dollar Listing reportedly sold the 40-unit development at 50 Clinton Street for $28 million. [The Real Deal]

Clad in black pants and pasties, Miley Cyrus stopped by Alexander Wang’s fashion week after party in Bushwick Saturday night. [NY Observer]

Community Board 3 approved this pedestrian-friendly redesign of Orchard Street. [DNA Info]

Speaking of Orchard Street, Ochado Ramen has closed three months after opening. [Bowery Boogie]

This rendering illustrated what 420-430 Kent Avenue might look like if apartment buildings rise on the former Kent Avenue Winery site, which Eliot Spitzer’s real estate company is reportedly pursuing. [Curbed NY]

Essex Crossing’s developers filed paperwork for a 15-story, mixed-use building on a TBA plot at 141-145 Clinton Street. [NY YIMBY]

In Williamsburg, East River State Park reopened Friday following a 526K renovation. []

Thursday at 8 p.m., the Wythe Hotel will screen Natural Resistance, a semi-fictitious documentary about winemaking. Tickets are $25 and wines will be available for purchase. [Eater NY]

On September 20th, Justin Slojkowski and Dave Gulino—the chefs who turned St. Marks Place coffee shop Box Kite into a destination nighttime tasting room—will leave to pursue their own restaurant, an East Village venture they plan to open in November. [Grub Street]

On Bowery, The Whitehouse Hostel announced last week that it would close for an unspecified amount of time. [EV Grieve]

According to a political data firm, the 2,700-unit affordable-housing coop at 31 Leonard Street in Williamsburg is the nation’s most-diverse apartment building. [New Republic]

A six-day-long retrospective of cross-dressing director Edward D. Wood—who Johnny Depp portrayed 2o years ago in Ed Wood—begins Thursday at Anthology Film Archives in the East Village. [AFA]

At MEATTT, INC., a new tattoo parlor in Bushwick, you can get custom inked for $75 on Saturdays. [Bushwick Daily]

Before he reopens Mission Chinese Food, Danny Bowien let a camera crew tag along to his recent trip home to Oklahoma City. [Food & Wine]

Check out a round-up of the city’s 10 best food trucks. [Gothamist]

Read a short profile of St. Marks Place mainstay Trash & Vaudeville. [NYU Local]

Bowery boutique owner Patricia Field remains as devoted as ever to the Lower East Side. [The Lo-Down]

Here are the magic MetroCard amounts to get if you don’t want the MTA to stiff you for your leftover change. [I Quant NY]

Christian Rudder, the Williamsburger who co-founded the dating website OkCupid, wrote a book called Dataclysm: Who We Are (When We Think No One is Looking). [The Brooklyn Paper]

See the unfortunate souls who participated in Williamsburg’s annual pie fight this weekend at the Brick Theater‘s NY Clown Theatre Festival. [Gothamist]

“RED HOT,” a new exhibited devoted to ginger-haired gents, will be on view at Orchard Street’s BOSI Contemporary gallery through September 14. [DNA Info]