John Ahearn's piece at the Coney Art Walls. (Photo: Daniel Maurer)

John Ahearn’s piece at the Coney Art Walls. (Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Nearly half of the students enrolled at P.S. 188 on E. Houston Street are reportedly homeless. [NY Times] Yesterday in McCarren Park, Merlin—a dog in a carrier belonging to a friend of actress Eliza Dushku— was stolen. [Free Williamsburg] One month from today, a staging of A Midsummer Night’s Dream will premiere from Shakespeare in the Parking Lot on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie] Vintage shop Screaming Mimi’s, which has been located on Lafayette Street for 25 years, will relocate to W. 14th Street in October. [EV Grieve] Les Enfants de Bohème on Henry Street just grew in size to include a fast-casual cafe next store called Les Enfants Delice. [Bowery Boogie] Delancey Street’s Empanadas, Son closed for good yesterday after 15 months in business. [Bowery Boogie] On Wyckoff Avenue in Bushwick, All Hail Tattoo shuttered suddenly last week. [Bushwick Daily] Nelson “Cekis” Rivera, a street artist from Chile, just completed this mural on Atlantic Avenue titled, “Into the Wild, Brooklyn.” [Gothamist]