(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Trash and Vaudeville plans to relocate from its 40-year-old digs on St. Marks Place to E. 7th Street this fall. [EV Grieve]

According to surveillance footage, two men looted a television from Kennedy Grilled Chicken in Bushwick earlier this month. [News 12 Brooklyn]

Police say a man broke into a Roebling Street apartment on July 14 and took off with a large computer monitor and multiple credit cards. [Brooklyn Paper]

Williamsburg is getting a Ralph Lauren. [Gothamist]

Halcyon record shop is moving from Dumbo to Williamsburg. [Resident Advisor]

Real estate firm MNS reports that one-third of all Brooklyn development sales in the last business quarter happened in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

Blind Barber‘s proprietors will replace Avenue A’s Ella Lounge with a new drinking spot called Drexler’s. [Bowery Boogie]

Momofuku’s Lower East Side test kitchen and office space, Booker and Dax, has shuttered after three years. [Bowery Boogie]

Check out photos from Ryn Weaver‘s sold-out Saturday show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. [Consequences of Sound]

At 7 p.m. tonight at Strand, music historian Elijah Wald will discuss his new book, Dylan Goes Electric (attendees must purchase either a copy or a $15 store gift card).