Don't Fret

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Brian Montes, a 16-year-old who allegedly groped an 11-year-old boy at a Williamsburg bus stop this weekend, told police that he spent days following the victim. [NY Daily News]

A student at New Explorations into Science, Technology and Math on the Lower East Side uploaded today’s date and lyrics from the Johnny Cash song “The Man Comes Around” onto Instagram, which some parents interpreted as a threat to their children’s safety. [NY Daily News]

In Williamsburg, a developer is in the process of purchasing 180 Bedford Avenue for $36 million dollars. [The Real Deal]

Benson’s Burger Joint opens for business today at 179 Essex Street. [Bowery Boogie]

The third annual Bad Film Festival begins today at Cloud City in Williamsburg, and in the East Village, Anthology Film Archives kicks off its yearly Old School Kung Fu Fest. [The Skint]

Start planning your Saturday trip to Smorgasborg in the midst of the L train hiatus. [Brooklyn Flea]

Saturday night at Standard Toykraft in Williamsburg, $20 gets you entry into the Tonya Harding & Nancy Kerrigan 1994 Museum Opening Gala. [Greenpointers]

See the Threadbare Theatre Workshop preview their upcoming play, Moby Dick, at Greenpoint’s Word bookstore this Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. (free). [Brooklyn Paper]

Next month, a motorcycle-only garage called Roll Up Brooklyn will be unveiled to the public on Jefferson Avenue in Bushwick. [Brooklyn Paper]

Want to try Wylie Dufresne‘s favorite burger in NYC? Head to Black Iron Burger on E. 5th Street. [Eater NY]