(Photo: Suzanne Rozdeba)

(Photo: Suzanne Rozdeba)

Monday night in Bushwick, an argumentative 40-year-old man was arrested at the Happy Fun Hideaway for assaulting the bouncer and threatening to “shoot this place up and get my fifty just like Orlando.” [NY Daily News]

At a Williamsburg grocery store on Thursday morning, two hoverboard-riding men were arrested for wrestling a female customer to the ground, then hitting her in the face with a peach. [Brooklyn Paper]

In other W-burg supermarket news, Foodtown’s owners sued the developer of the neighboring Bedford Avenue building that will house Whole Foods for allegedly ignoring the city’s zoning laws, a move that would cause future traffic bedlam. [The Real Deal NY]

This Sunday, The Museum at Eldridge Street will host its annual block party, featuring some of the Lower East Side’s most beloved eats. [Gothamist]

St. Nicholas Avenue’s Bodega bar will be the site of a Burmese noodle pop-up restaurant next Wednesday from 6 to 11 p.m (plus two more Wednesdays in July). [Bushwick Daily]

Kate Spade co-founder Pamela Bell is selling her East 12th Street townhouse for $16 million. [NY Observer]

Read an interview with author Nathaniel Kressen, who oversees the Greenpoint Writer’s Group. [Greenpointers]

Gawk at adorable photos from a brunch for puppies (and people) that occurred Sunday at Williamsburg’s Café de la Esquina. [NY Observer]

A Greenpoint dad will iron your clothes for free Tuesday nights in July (9 p.m. to midnight) at Pete’s Candy Store in Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Paper]