The man who slipped on the Lorimer Street subway platform, fell onto the tracks and was hit by a J train in January 2015 is suing the city for failing to stop the train. [NY Post] Closed since May, the Brooklyn Night Bazaar has found a prospective new home at 144 Greenpoint Avenue. [DNA Info] A new three-day event called the Bushwick Arts Festival will commence in early June. [Bushwick Bomb]
Food critic Zachary Feldman reviewed the Greenpoint Israeli eatery Glasserie.  [Village Voice] This Sunday at 8 p.m., Videology in Williamsburg will host a trivia night devoted to Pretty in Pink director John Hughes. [Greenpointers] Tour the home of East Village art collectors Greg Miller and Michael Wiener. [NY Observer] White, male applicants to the Cinder Block Comedy Festival in Williamsburg will pay more than their more diverse peers. [Brooklyn Paper] To alleviate some angst about the looming L train shutdown, one music critic recommends the song “JMZ” by Brooklyn’s own Painted Zeroes. [Bushwick Daily]