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Controversial landlord Samy Mafar unloaded 210 Rivington Street for $12.5 million. [Bowery Boogie]

The five-story East Village residential building at 249 E. 2nd Street is on the market for just under $7 million. [StreetEasy]

Williamsburg thrift store Junk closed its N. 9th Street location following a rent increase, and the owners are planning a new housewares shop for Union Avenue. [Brooklyn Paper]

Today at noon, the Music Hall of Williamsburg will pass out free tickets to see Santigold perform on May 14. And through tomorrow night, the free Bike Expo New York (featuring 100+ booths and a beer garden) takes place at Pier 36 on the Lower East Side. [The Skint]

Former Weekend Update anchor Colin Quinn returns to Over the Eight Sunday evening for “Sunday Night in Brooklyn,” a new free weekly comedy show. [Bushwick Bomb]

Sweet & Vicious in Nolita, Spuyten Duyvil in Williamsburg, and T.B.D. in Greenpoint scored spots on this round-up of NYC’s 15 best bars with backyards. [Gothamist]

A Williamsburg resident was served a $16K Uber tab for a cross-borough trip in late March. [Greenpointers]

In Vienna, baker Thomas Kienbauer stirred up vitriol with a 9/11-themed cake. [NY Daily News]