East Village resident Adrian Gilboe, who opened Wandering Dragon Trading Co. in the 90s—the predecessor to Obscura Antiques & Oddities—died last month at the age of 59. [EV Grieve]

Greenpoint Hill, a gallery that also sells ceramics and jewelry, officially opened yesterday on Freeman Street. [Greenpointers]

A rumor is circulating that Shake Shack might replace Pearl Paint, a former Canal Street institution. [Tribeca Citizen]

To the chagrin of freelancers, Williamsburg coffee shop Glasshour charges customers solely by how much time they spend on the premises. [Business Insider]

Tomorrow, the Mr. Lower East Side Beauty Pageant will commence at The Footlight Bar in Ridgewood, Queens. [Bushwick Daily]

The (free) Lower East Side Cider Fest returns to the neighborhood Sunday afternoon from 12 to 4 p.m. [Bowery Boogie]

Food critic Robert Sietsema reviewed Bushwick’s day-old, comparatively expensive ramen restaurant, Ichiran. [Eater NY]

Both the City Reliquary in Williamsburg and the Museum of the American Gangster in the East Village made this round-up of the city’s best niche museums. [Gothamist]