Bicycles on a Fence

(Photo: Rory Ahram)

Davide Perre, a well-known 39-year-old street artist, was arrested early yesterday morning for felony assault in the East Village after allegedly hitting a fellow Ace Bar patron in the face with a beer mug. [NY Post]

Community Board 3 voted this week to endorse the preservation of the Lower East Side’s Siempre Verde Garden, turning its nose up at three proposed affordable housing units. [Curbed NY]

Nearly a dozen Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick bars/eateries earned props in The Village Voice‘s “Best of New York” issue. [The Village Voice]
Check out the fare at Slick Willie, a new Greenpoint restaurant named after an infamous local bank robber. [Greenpointers]

From 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. for the next three nights, Williamsburg’s Saltie sandwich shop will transform into Mr. Curry, an Indian restaurant with the kitchen helmed by Saltie’s Rebecca Collerton. [Grub Street]

Tonight from 8 to 11 p.m., Feltraiger menswear store on Grand Street will fete its fall/winter collection will Bulleit and PBR. [Feltraiger]

Free North Brooklyn events this weekend include a Cards Against Humanity Storytelling Night at Pete’s Candy Store Friday at 7 p.m. (RSVP here) and a pumpkin carving contest at Crest Hardware on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. [Greenpointers]

As part of Saturday’s Crazy 8 Cartoon Festival, Alex McWatt—owner of Three Kings Tattoo in Greenpoint—will be inking impulse-buyers with $8 cartoon tats from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at Stumptown Coffee Roasters on W.8th Street. [DNA Info]