On Wednesday, the widow of Williamsburg landlord Menachem Stark, Vashi, testified against her husband’s alleged killer, Kendel Felix. [NY Post]
Developer Samy Mahfar, who is replacing a former preschool with condominiums at 255 E. Houston Street, has withdrawn his application to rezone the surrounding blocks for commercial use. [The Lo-Down NY]
In the East Village, newly beer and wine-licensed Abraço relocated to larger E. 7th Street digs on Saturday. [EV Grieve]
Motorino, the pizzeria with Williamsburg and East Village locations, opened another spin-off on the Upper West Side last week. [Eater NY]
A one-man salon called Maxwell’s for Hair opened last Monday at 274 Troutman Street. [Bushwick Daily]
The E. 6th Street condos under construction atop Adas Yisroel Anshe Mezritch Synagogue are now on the market, ranging from $3 million to $4.4 million. [EV Grieve]
Next Saturday night on Rivington Street, Spoke Art, NYC will debut its first exhibition, a free group show celebrating the Fox cartoon Bob’s Burgers.
And just in time for the new semester, here’s an NYU student guide for where to get baked. [NYU Local]