In Bushwick, Express Yourself Barista Bar, Stateside Cafe and Collections Vintage Clothing are all helping the victims of this week’s five-building fire on Dekalb Avenue. [Bushwick Daily]

Rabbi Samuel Aschkenaz is being investigated after he tried to sell the non-profit Home of the Sages of Israel synagogue for $13 million. [NY Post]

Following a very successful Kickstarter campaign, Williamsburg eatery Okonomi will move ahead with its proposed fish market, Osakana. [Eater NY]

The Public Hotel on Chrystie Street will be the site of a new restaurant from Jean-Georges Vongerichten. [Grub Street]

By the month’s end, the Pulaski Bridge bike lane will be ready to ride in Greenpoint. [Brokelyn]

Meanwhile, the 7.5 mile Brooklyn Bike Rave will set off from Greenpoint on May 14. [Brooklyn Based]

A sweets shop called Eugene J Candy Co debuted at 16 Wilson Avenue. [Bushwick BOMB]

And recently on Troutman Street, shutterbugs began developing their pictures at Bushwick Community Darkroom. [Brooklyn Vegan]