(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

St. Marks Place fixture James “Cowboy Jim” Hayes died on January 2nd from emphysema. He was 74 years old. [EV Grieve]

Damon Knowles, 21, the man arrested for slashing a septuagenarian Brooklyn woman at the Broadway-Lafayette subway station this week, was turned in by his girlfriend’s grandmother, according to police. [ABC 7 NY]

Cyclists will be happy to learn that the department of sanitation has made removing snow from bike lanes a priority. [DNA Info]

Orchard Street’s Mark Miller Gallery shuttered after 18 years on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Cabalito Pupuseria of Essex Street will bring its Salvadorian fare to a TBA takeaway stand in Noho. [Bowery Boogie]

Late tomorrow night, Palisades in Bushwick will host World Party with DJs Physical Therapy, UMFANG, Doss, and Negative Gemini. Price of entry is $10. [DNA Info]

On Tuesday, Nitehawk Cinema will celebrate Groundhog Day by screening the eponymous Bill Murray flick and serving up a five-course pork and beer menu for $65. [Brooklyn Paper]