(Photo: Scott Lynch)

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

At 3:30 a.m. on January 27, three individuals followed a man home to his S. 6th Street apartment, where they assaulted him into unconsciousness and stole his wallet and electronics. [Brooklyn Paper]

A man impersonating a UPS delivery person and his two accomplices robbed a Williamsburg couple at gunpoint in their apartment on Saturday, according to police. The thieves made off with $300. [DNA Info]

De Robertis Caffé‘s home for the past eleven decades will soon be occupied by a new tenant: Black Seed, the Nolita-based bagel shop. [Grub Street]

Two cash registers and a safe were swiped from a N. 7th Street fro-yo joint late last month. [Brooklyn Paper]

Fredrik Eklund of the Bravo series Million Dollar Listing revealed that his forthcoming condo conversion at 338 Berry Street will heretofore be known as “Williamsberry.” [Curbed NY]

The Wolfpack, a documentary about teen siblings on Delancey Street, won the grand jury prize at the Sundance Film Festival. [Bowery Boogie]

Tonight, chef Marco Canora will debut a new East Village restaurant, Fifty Paces, in the just-closed digs that belonged to Terroir. [Eater NY]

Rutgers University professor Kevin Allred will give a free lecture at Cooper Union tonight at 7 p.m. called, “Beyonce’s Blueprint for Building a Queer World.” [The Skint]

Saturday afternoon at 1 p.m., 16 competitors will battle for the New York Pinball Championship at Greenpoint’s Sunshine Laundromat and Pinball. [Brooklyn Paper]

Williamsburg’s Oasis Falafel raised the price of its signature sandwiches from $3 to $4 apiece. [Gothamist]