(Photo: Scott Lynch)

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

The fire at a Williamsburg records storage facility continues to smolder and will likely take a week to completely put out. [NY Daily News]

A 19-year-old was woman working at Goldwater Thriftique on E. 7th Street was threatened at knifepoint by two men who stole $240 from the cash register last month. [DNA Info]

Today is Groundhog Day—find out whether Phil saw his shadow this morning. [Punxsutawney Groundhog Club]

Open Pantry, the 45-year-old coffee shop on Second Avenue, shuttered over the weekend. [EV Grieve]

Alphabet City’s newest eatery is C & B Cafe, located at 178 E. 7th Street. [EV Grieve]

Chef Richard Kuo of Pearl & Ash will cook a $65/person BBQ supper tonight at fellow East Village restaurant All’onda. [Gothamist]

Read a Q&A with Jake Dell, the 27-year-old who owns Lower East Side staple Katz’s Delicatessen. [Eater]

Recap of all this year’s Sundance films set in NYC. [Paper]

This Friday at 7:30 p.m., hit up Bedford Avenue for some Wes Anderson Bingo and a free screening of Moonrise Kingdom. [Videology]

In late March and Early April, Streit’s: Matzo and the American Dream—a documentary about the soon-to-close Rivington Street factory—will screen for local audiences at the JCC Manhattan. All attendees will take home a free box of Streit’s matzo. [Bowery Boogie]