(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

On Sunday, a memorial was held for 25-year-old Carolyn Bush at Wendy’s Subway, a nonprofit library and reading room she co-founded in Williamsburg. Bush was allegedly stabbed to death by her roommate in their Queens apartment six days ago. [DNA Info]

Silent Barn‘s proprietors are not happy that the music venue is being touted as a local amenity in a real estate listing for a Bushwick church-turned-apartment building. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Two Franciscan friars have been implementing some unorthodox strategies to try and save San Damiano Mission, a Greenpoint church. [NY Times]

An outpost of the Korean ramen shop Mokbar will replace People Kitchen & Lounge on Allen Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Wyckoff Avenue in Bushwick recently became home to a Caribbean restaurant called Sally Roots. [Grub Street]

Koneko, the Lower East Side cat cafe/sake bar, will host a $95/person, six-course Japanese tasting menu on Thursday night. [Gothamist]

A House of Yes bartender appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last month after starring in an informercial for a product called My Shiny Hiney. [Bushwick Daily]