Michael and Styles

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Five attackers who struck a Jewish woman in the head with a milk crate Saturday afternoon at a Williamsburg playground may have committed a hate crime, police say. [DNA Info]

The Muse—an artist collective and haven for local circus performers that shares a Williamsburg address with Glasslands, the soon-to-close venue being bought by VICElaunched a Kickstarter campaign to fund their move to Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

Wylie Dufrense’s wd~50 reportedly made $100,000 in less than 10 minutes yesterday when reservations became available for the restaurant’s last two weeks of service next month. [Grub Street]

Williamsburg Pizza (of Williamsburg and the Lower East Side), debuted a third location in the Barclays Center, replacing L&B Spumoni Gardens. [Eater NY]

In mid-November, an Afghan falafel restaurant will move into Pok Pok Phat Thai’s previous address at 137 Rivington Street. And Naked Dog, an Italian restaurant, will soon open on West Street in Greenpoint. [Eater NY]

Brooklyn-based filmmaker Vanessa McDonnell will premiere her feature-length documentary, John’s of 12th Street (about the legendary, century-old Italian eatery in the East Village) on November 12 in Williamsburg. [Spectacle Theater]

A new round-up of the city’s best small music venues recognized Cake Shop and Rockwood Music Hall on the Lower East Side; Death by Audio, Shea Stadium and Pete’s Candy Store in Williamsburg; and Silent Barn in Bushwick. [Gothamist]

Meanwhile, Kinfolk 94 on Williamsburg’s Wythe Avenue was profiled by a prestigious publication. [NY Times]

From noon to 7 p.m., an.mé—a clothing store for adults and kids—will celebrate its grand opening at 328 E.9th Street. [EV Grieve]

Morningstar Tattoo in Bushwick and both Gnostic Tattoo and Black Square Tattoo in Williamsburg are having $31 ink specials today. [Brokelyn]

Babeland wants you to spend your Halloween getting buzzed, so they’re giving away free vibrators today to the first 25 customers at one of their stores (Lower East Side, Park Slope and Soho). [Racked NY]

Starting tomorrow, Lower East Side and East Village restaurants like Ivan Ramen and Jeepney will partner with Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream for a series of limited-time flavors. [Eater NY]

Bridget Donahue, director at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise, plans to open a gallery at 99 Bowery in February. [ArtNews]