FINALLY | Manhole cover New York cherry blossoms

(Photo: Michael Tapp)

Two men were treated at Bellevue Hospital this weekend after a woman with a box cutter slashed them in the face and neck on Kent Avenue in Greenpoint. [Brooklyn Paper]

On Sunday afternoon, a scammer posing as a kidnapper phoned a Williamsburg mom and demanded $1K if she wanted her son to keep his fingers. [Brooklyn Paper]

Restaurants Paulaner NYC on Bowery and Bunna Cafe in Bushwick are donating a portion of their earnings to Nepal earthquake relief efforts. [Grub Street]

Greenpoint is getting another 40-story tower; this one, from the same developer that bought Spike Hill’s building, will have 100,000-square-feet of retail. [WSJ via Curbed]

James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem is opening a 40-seat wine bar, the Four Horsemen, in early June at 295 Grand Street in Williamsburg. [NY Times]

Community Board 3 approved Punjabi Grocery & Deli‘s petition for a taxi relief station on E. 1st Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Read a review of Lois, a newish all-tap wine bar on Avenue C. [Fork in the Road]

Apparel shop Skingraft closed its Prince Street location after two years. [Bowery Boogie]

Citi Bike for free tomorrow thanks to a Swiss tourism initiative. [EV Grieve]

Brooklyn Kitchen in Williamsburg will host a $35/person sumo wrestling viewing party on Saturday at 4 p.m. [Brooklyn Paper]