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Police seek leads in their search for Williamsburg Charter High School student Asia Reese, 13, who was last seen leaving her Bushwick Houses apartment early Monday evening. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Baker to the stars Penny Stankiewicz of Sugar Couture will open her first retail location on Graham Avenue in Williamsburg. And after a successful $25K Indiegogo fundraiser, Sweet Generation—a cupcake shop that helps fund arts education—is bound for 130 First Avenue. [Eater NY]

Tonight at East Village non-profit City Lore, Five Boro Story Project will host a free program called, “LES is More: Stories of Growing Up on the Lower East Side.” [Bowery Boogie]

Comic Arts Brooklyn returns to Williamsburg all weekend with appearances by Art Spiegelman, Raymond Pettibon, Roz Chast and more. [Paper]

Tazigen Festival Volume 2: NYC, an indie Japanese music festival that’s arriving stateside from Koenji, Tokyo, takes place at local venues this weekend including Goodbye, Blue Monday. [Bushwick Daily]

Parks and Recreation writer Megan Amram and Will & Grace star Megan Mullally will be at Strand Sunday night from 7 to 8 p.m. promoting Amram’s first book, Science… For Her! ($25; purchase a copy or a $15 gift card to attend) [Strand Books]

At The Sampler this Thursday from 7 to 10 p.m., attend a Bushwick Brewsky Bonanza (RSVP here). [Bushwick Daily]

Next Saturday, November 15, the site of the Smallest Penis in Brooklyn PageantKings County Saloonwill match up singles in an NC-17 version of The Dating Game tagged, “Hugs Before Tugs.” Drag queen Chicken B will emcee. [DNA Info] 

Sundays beginning November 30, Greenpoint’s McGolrick Park Farmers Market will relocate indoors to the Lutheran Church of the Messiah at 129 Russell Street. [Greenpointers]

Avenue C bar The Third Man now offers Cocktail Connoisseur courses. Email for more information. [Eater NY]

Daddy’s in Williamsburg and Shoolbred’s in the East Village were ranked among the city’s 12 best fireplace bars. [Gothamist]

Read a history of Bedford Avenue’s evolution over the past three centuries. [Curbed NY]