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(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Greenpoint Community Environmental Fund announced plans to dole out $11 million in grant money to six projects.  The biggest benefactor is the Norman Avenue library, which will receive a $5 million facelift. [The Brooklyn Paper]

The former Peter Stuyvesant Post Office at 335 E. 14th Street is the proposed home of an eight-story, 114-apartment, mixed-use building. [The Real Deal]

Paperwork was submitted for a seven-story, mixed-use building at 89 Bartlett Street/658 Broadway in Williamsburg. [The Real Deal]

At a public auction yesterday, chef Wylie Dufrense said goodbye to wd~50’s remaining service ware and kitchen paraphernalia. [Eater NY]

Smorgasburg Jr. vendor Goa-Taco will give the brick-and-mortar game a try with six weeks of pop-up eats on the Lower East Side’s Delancey Street. [Bowery Boogie]

From 6 to 9 p.m., 20 members of the East Village Independent Merchant Association—including Butter Lane Bakery and Exit 9 Gift Emporium—will partake in a discounted shopping event. [East Village Community Coalition]

Tonight Babel Fair boutique’s outposts in Nolita and Williamsburg will be the sites of holiday parties, with snacks, bubbly, and 25 percent discounts. [Racked NY]

Also happening this evening: Grenco Science will open a pop-up vaporizer dispensary at 101 Delancey Street on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Tomorrow night, Videology in Williamsburg will kick off A Very Nickelodeon Christmas Party at 9:30 p.m., where they’ll screen holidays episodes of shows like Ren & Stimpy and Rugrats. [Gothamist]