Christmas trees, East Village

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Three thieves stole an Xbox, a pair of Playstations and 11 sets of Beats by Dre headphones just before 4 a.m. Saturday morning from a Williamsburg game/electronics shop. [Brooklyn Paper]

Back Forty closed after seven years on Avenue B while its sister restaurant, Back Forty West, soldiers on in Soho. [Grub Street]

Both Cinema Village on E.12th Street and Williamsburg Cinemas on Grand Street will screen North Korea’s most notorious film, The Interview, starting tomorrow. [Huffington Post]

The four-story, mixed-use building at 754 Grand Street recently sold for $4.35 million. [Massey Knakel Reel]

Landlord Ben Shaoul’s latest tenants are paying a minimum of $4K/month to live in The East Luxe, his new 20-unit apartment building on Second Avenue. [Curbed NY]

Although you might have guessed American Apparel, the chain with the most NYC locations is Dunkin’ Donuts. [Gothamist]

Watch Brooklyn punk band Mutoid Man get grilled by a 10-year-old music critic at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Vegan]