graffiti mural and tag in New York City's Greenpoint

(Photo: Michael Tapp)

Yesterday morning, the FDNY surveyed loose scaffolding at the landmarked Jarmulowsky Bank Building on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Right of Way and Families for Safe Streets dedicated eight sidewalk memorials to local pedestrians and cyclists who’ve been killed, including Leighton Parnham, 19, and Mathieu Lefevre, 30, who respectively died in Williamsburg in 2012 and 2011. [Greenpointers]

Preview the vegetal cuisine at Semilla, the new restaurant occupying Lake Trout’s former Havemeyer Street space. [Grub Street]

In Noho, the six new duplexes on the market at 22 Bond Street (25 Great Jones Street) range from about $9 to $20 million. [The Real Deal]

Plans are underway to raze the three-family walk-up at Williamsburg’s 27 Haveymeyer Street to make way for a six-story, eight-apartment building. [NY YIMBY]

Watch LES-bred band Interpol’s latest music video (for the song “My Desire”), filmed at Fontana’s Bar on Eldridge Street. [Bowery Boogie]

And here’s video of The Decemberists’s Colin Meloy busking last Friday at the corner of N. 7th Street and Bedford Avenue. [Brooklyn Vegan]

In another act of 60th anniversary celebrating, Veselka will serve up free food and drinks Monday during a cocktail party from 6 to 11 p.m. Capacity is around 150, FYI. [Brokelyn]

Chefs Mimi Sheraton and Hans Röckenwagner will host a $180/person meal Thursday night at Prune in the East Village to coincide with their new German cookbooks. [Eater NY]

Halloween is Friday, and there’s still time to register for this Haunted Canoe Tour of Newtown Creek. [Free Williamsburg]

On November 17, New York Times reporter Jonathan Mahler will moderate a Brooklyn Historical Society panel on the fires that ravaged Bushwick in the 70s. Photographer Meryl Meisler will also be in attendance. [Brownstoner]

Just in time for holidays, scroll through this round-up of “the 30 most Brooklyn products” available for purchase. [Refinery 29]

An 85-year-old artists paints buildings that are about to be torn down on the Lower East Side. [NY Times]