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Kids will celebrate its 20th anniversary at BAM on June 25 with a Q&A with Chloë Sevigny, Rosario Dawson, Leo Fitzpatrick, and Larry Clark.  [Gothamist]

B&H Dairy, the diner that’s served three generations of customers in the East Village, launched a $10K fundraiser to in the hopes of re-opening following March’s Second Avenue explosion. [Grub Street]

The 72-room former Germania Bank building on Bowery, which was recently sold after decades of use as a private residence, will be open to the public for an art show Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. [The Lo-Down]

Paperwork has been submitted for a new shared bike lane on Delancey Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Several Williamsburg business owners say their profits took a hit during the five-week L train shutdown on Saturdays and Sundays, which concludes at the end of this weekend. [DNA Info]

Today through Sunday, the Museum of Reclaimed Urban Space [MoRUS] will host a photo exhibit called “Cycle of Peace,” a fundraiser to benefit a proposed Peace Museum NY. [EV Grieve]

A new owner and a new pizzeria will takeover the Fat Sal’s Pizza space at 201 Avenue A. [EV Grieve]

Both Clinton Street Baking Co. and Freemans earned spots on a new round-up of the 14 best restaurants on the Lower East Side. [Refinery 29]

Tenants of 41 East Seventh Street are raising money online to get independent air-quality testing on their evacuated apartments. [DNA Info]

Wylie Dufresne is still mulling over a new location of wd-50 and also working on a cookbook. [AP]

The community board has approved taxi relief stands that should ease the burden on the Punjabi Deli. [Gothamist]

Vice Media is teaming with Magnolia to release The Wolfpack, the documentary about a group of Lower East Side brothers who deal with their cloistered existence by reenacting their favorite films. [Indiewire]

Equinox is opening a 30,000-square-foot gym next to Katz’s. [Commercial Observer]

Meet some of the comedians who are making Brooklyn the “epicenter of the comedy universe.” [NY Observer]

Check out new renderings of Williamsburg’s Pod Hotel. [NY YIMBY]