A woman received a cut on her neck while another was pushed to the ground in a pair of Grenpoint attacks last week. [DNA Info]

While his tenants rally outside Manhattan Criminal Court, notorious East Village landlord Steve Croman will go before a judge once again today as he faces a criminal indictment for mortgage fraud. [EV Grieve]

The latest edition of the Lowline proposal—now with an estimated price tag of $83 million—has been revealed. [Curbed NY]

Now that Goodfella’s Pizza is swimming with the fishes, fast-cash Italian spot Trapizzino will soon takeover its Lower East Side address. [Bowery Boogie]

Tonight at Brooklyn Brewery in Williamsburg, Joshua M. Bernstein will launch his new book, Complete IPA: The Guide to Your Favorite Craft Beer. Tickets range from $20 to $25 and get you access to the open bar. [Edible Brooklyn]

At least a couple thousand knitting enthusiasts are expected to attend this weekend’s NYC Yarn Crawl, which will make a stop at Downtown Yarns in Alphabet City. [DNA Info]

This Sunday afternoon, Williamsburg’s Humboldt street will be the site of a $25/person art fair that doubles as a Hillary Clinton fundraiser. [Greenpointers]

Baby’s All Right will host a Beyonce, Rihanna and Nicki Minaj-themed dance party on October 21. Tickets are $10 each.