(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

New Yorkers, today is primary day—cast your vote for your party’s presidential nominee.

Congrats to Henry Threadgill, a longtime East Villager who won the Pulitzer Prize for Music yesterday.

When repairs to the M train are underway next year, some Bushwick residents will be asked to leave their homes for at least six months. [Newsday]

In Williamsburg, artist residents of 722 Manhattan Avenue are planning several fundraising initiatives next month to help them ward off eviction. [DNA Info]

The former site of the luxe John Barrett salon at 330 Bowery (54 Bond Street) is now on the market. [EV Grieve]

At 1178 Bushwick Avenue, a six-week-old cafe wants locals to contribute suggestions for a name. [Bushwick Daily]

Read a Q&A with Greenpoint’s own Brian Leventhal, who owns the Brooklyn Winery. [Greenpointers]

An illustration of the Bushwick music venue Palisades graces the cover of this week’s New Yorker, their annual entertainment issue. [Brooklyn Vegan]