Panic, Eyez

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Police are conducting a missing person search for Brandyn Simmons, this 28-year-old Williamsburg resident last seen Sunday night on 12th Street and 3rd Avenue in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

A 57-year-old man walking past 6 Avenue B Tuesday night suffered a broken foot from falling debris. [The Lo-Down]

Williamsburg landlord Louis Segna, who called 911 hundreds of times on his tenant, Konditori coffee shop, was sentenced to six months in jail. [NY Daily News]

Bushwick’s Calvary Spanish Pentecostal Church sold seven properties for just under $3 million total. [Brownstoner]

Spanish fast-cash restaurant 100 Montaditos shuttered on Ludlow Street after three months. It’s parent company is planning to open a more high-end eatery in the space this February. [Bowery Boogie]

Forthcoming on Essex Street, Sam’s Spring Roll will sell its namesake bites in flavors like chicken, taco and bulgogi. [Bowery Boogie]

When Xi’an Famous Foods debuts Saturday at 684 Manhattan Avenue in Greenpoint, free noodles and burgers will be dished up to the Chinese chain’s social media followers. [DNA Info]

Mission Cantina now serves a drool-worthy Vietnamese breakfast menu. [Grub Street]

On Charles Place in Bushwick, two artists who’ve christened themselves the Union of Human-Sized Elves opened a Christmas tree stand featuring a life-size gingerbread house and gifts such as mittens made from recycled sweaters. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Indulge in free drinks, snacks and monogramming if you buy a leather bag at Bird in Williamsburg tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. [Racked NY]

Saturday from 7 to 9 p.m., Preservation Greenpoint will host a three-bar beer crawl for lovers of history and hops. [Greenpointers]

Crown Heights-based Hasidic alt rock duo Bulletproof Stockings performs Saturday at 8 p.m. for women only at Bar Matchless (tickets are $6 each). [DNA Info]

Uber introduced uberPOOL, an app for individuals looking to carpool to reduce the cost of hiring a car. [Gothamist]

Cat lovers rejoice: Meow Parlor, the city’s first permanent feline cafe, is now hiring on the Lower East Side. [Eater NY]