(Photo: Nicole Disser)

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

Within a few hours yesterday morning, police recovered the bodies of two women—ages 50 and 69—from the East River in Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Paper]

A veteran cook/diswasher at Peter Pan Donuts in Greenpoint is suing his employer of eight years for past-due overtime wages. [NY Daily News]

If a longterm L train closure does in fact happen, rent prices in Williamsburg and Bushwick are expectedly to drop significantly. [DNA Info]

Paperwork was submitted to build a six-story residential site at 619 E. Sixth Street in Alphabet City. [EV Grieve]

On Monday, Bushwick’s Living Gallery will host “Free the Art,” a show where all the works are yours for the taking. [Brooklyn Paper]

Eight-decade-old Kossar’s Bialys will return to business on the LES in two weeks with a new look and a slightly new name: Kossar’s Bagels and Bialys. [Bowery Boogie]

Wu’s Wonton King debuted yesterday near the East Broadway F train station. [Bowery Boogie]

Tonight at City Lore in the East Village, Coney Island historian and Mermaid Parade co-host Richard Egan will perform his one man show, Alive on the Inside (7 p.m., $10). [The Skint]