Scene 3: NO FEAR

(Photo: Ty Small)

First Flight Music will close later this month after two decades on First Avenue. [EV Grieve] Paperwork was submitted for a 19-story, 234-unit residential building on Greenpoint’s West Street. [The Real Deal] After a summer hiatus, Delancey Street bar Moscow 57 is back in business tonight with a new sobriquet: Kapowski’s. [Bowery Boogie]
In an upcoming film called Bushwick, control over NYC will be key to solving a dispute between Texas and the rest of the country. [Deadline Hollywood] Tonight at 7 p.m., author Kate Harding will discuss her new book, Asking For It: The Alarming Rise of Rape Culture—And What We Can Do About It, at Word bookstore in Greenpoint. [The Skint] The last weekend of September, thousands are expected to participate in the NYC Yarn Crawl, spanning yarn shops in Manhattan and Brooklyn. [DNA Info] Read one writer’s take on the plus-side to Greenpoint gentrification. [Curbed NY] Check out these twin rainbows above Lower Manhattan this morning. [Bowery Boogie]