(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Last week Mayer Herskovic, a Hasidic man, was found guilty of second-degree gang assault for his role in the December 2013 attack on a gay, black student in Williamsburg, who was left blind in one eye. [Gothamist]

Ten days ago on the Lower East Side’s Columbia Street, a cyclist stole a $600 necklace off a female pedestrian. [DNA Info]

Contentious local landlord Ben Shaoul was approved for a $195 million loan to complete construction on a condominium at 196 Orchard Street. [The Real Deal]

Meanwhile, an investment group just secured the five-story walk-up at 125 Rivington Street for $9.8 million. [Bowery Boogie]

Public Access T.V., an East Village-based band recently spotlighted in The Times, will release their first album, Never Enough, on Friday. [EV Grieve]

At the Kent Avenue outpost of French bakery Maman, weekend brunch will now be served. [Greenpointers]

In celebration of this weekend’s 25th anniversary of the album Nevermind, here’s footage of Nirvana’s first NYC show, which took place at The Pyramid Club in Alphabet City. [EV Grieve]