Stephen Hewett-Brown, the 25-year-old Bronx man killed in a Lower East Side elevator accident on New Year’s, reportedly saved the life of an endangered woman and child before he perished. [ABC 7 NY]
At 58 Grattan Street in Williamsburg, a four-story building-to-be will cater to businesses with less than four employees each. [DNA Info]
A burger spot called LES Kitchen will soon open at 16 Essex Street. [Bowery Boogie]
Meanwhile, Essex Street Market has a new vendor: Osaka Grub. [Bowery Boogie]
This month, the American Realness dance festival will take place both in Long Island and on the Lower East Side. [NY Times]
Tonight in Greenwich Village, reduced-priced tickets($8 t0 $10) are available for Radiotheatre’s adaptation of The War of the Worlds by Orson Welles. [The Skint]
Musician Lindsey Stirling will sign copies of her new memoir, Only Pirate at the Party, one week from today at Barnes & Noble in Union Square.
Mikey Likes It on Avenue A debuted a Mick Jagger mural on it’s storefront gate. [EV Grieve]