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(Photo: Benjamin Curry)

This weekend, 100-plus Bushwick residents lobbied at Cathedral of Joy Church of God for affordable housing on the development underway at the former Rheingold Brewery. [Gothamist]

The James Cohan Gallery is slated to open a third location this Halloween at 291 Grand Street, which was previously a fish market. [NY Times]

After 45 years in business, Vic’s Pizza on Essex Street will shutter sometime before October. [Bowery Boogie]

Karaoke Boho‘s LES outpost will return to Orchard Street this week, taking over Tammany Hall’s former digs. [Bowery Boogie]

On E. 6th Street, the Indian restaurant Gandhi has closed due to a rent spike. [EV Grieve]

South Korea-based coffee chain Caffe Bene will soon descend on both Avenue A and St. Mark’s Place. [EV Grieve]

Check out photos from Saturday night’s fifth annual Full Moon Festival in Bushwick. [Gothamist]

Meanwhile, Brooklyn Pour beer festival will celebrate its fifth outing on September 26 in Greenpoint at the Brooklyn Expo Center. Tickets range from $55 to $85. [Gothamist]