Last night near Grand and Willett Streets, a 56-year-old driver was rear-ended by a taxi before the cab’s passenger punched him in the face. [Daily Intelligencer]

Today the Pulaski Bridge Bike Path debuts, connecting Greenpoint and Long Island City. [Gothamist]

The old Moscot glasses store at Orchard and Delancey Streets may be replaced by a 12-story apartment complex. [Bowery Boogie]

In Greenwich Village tonight, LES writer and poet John Farris (who died in January) will be remembered at Judson Memorial Church. [EV Grieve]

On E. 13th Street, Bruno Pizza instituted a no-tipping policy. [Eater NY]

Find out how and whether your local reading hub is participating in Independent Bookstore Day tomorrow. [NY Observer]

May will kick off with a “community chalking event” Sunday and Monday to ring in Lower East Side history month. [Bowery Boogie]

Shia LaBeouf left a voicemail for man who was attacked in a Lower East Side subway station this week for resembling the Transformers star. [Cosmopolitan]

Behold the pizza-crafted delivery box conjured up by Vinny’s Pizza Restaurant, which serves slices in Greenpoint and Williamsburg. [DNA Info]