Logan Hicks

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Police announced yesterday that 14-year-old Jamancy Vadon, the Alphabet City resident who went missing on September 19, has been found in good health. [Town & Village Blog]

Near McCarren Park, an investment fund purchased a six-story mixed-use building at 68 Richardson Street for $17.5 million. [The Real Deal]

Newtown Creek Monitoring Committee members are asking the city to rethink plans to build a methane gas recycling plant at 329 Greenpoint Avenue, an address that was previously promised as a future park. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Barcade will open next week with a slew of 90s-themed video games at 6 St. Mark’s Place. [Eater NY]

On 3rd Avenue in the East Village, the Michelin star-winning team behind Sushi of Gari will introduce a new sushi restaurant, Saki, in Kotobuki’s old space. [Eater NY]

New York Times food critic Pete Wells went on a Twitter tirade against Keith McNally-owned Schiller’s Liquor Bar on the Lower East Side. [Eater NY]

Peek inside an E. 1st Street loft (with lime green interior) that’s on the market for just under $10 million. [Corcoran]

Celebrate the music issue of Andrew Tarlow’s quarterly food magazine, Diner Journal, at Greenpoint’s Achilles Heel tonight at 7 p.m. [Eater NY]

Tomorrow at 5:30 p.m. in Maria Hernandez Park, Tony’s Pizzeria is sponsoring a free screening of Full Circle, a 2013 film about a wayward pizza delivery boy shot in and around Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

Bette Midler’s New York Restoration Project will give out free trees (and food) Sunday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at EL Garden on Jefferson Street in Bushwick. Register here for a take-home tree. [Bushwick Daily]

The group Neighbors Allied for Good Growth wants people to participate in a survey about how to improve public transportation in Williamsburg and Greenpoint. [DNA Info]

Scroll through a slideshow of Bushwick’s street art. [All That Is Interesting]