To say sayonara to Greenpoint after seven years, The Manhattan Inn‘s concerts will be admission-free through November 13. [DNA Info]

According to real estate site StreetEasy, 68 percent of New York City dwellers who relocated last year sought out cheaper nabes. [Buzz Buzz Home]

New tenants are being courted for the Second Avenue building currently housing the Ukrainian Sports Club. [EV Grieve]

This week, the sibling-owned, two-year-old East Village dumpling spot Mimi Cheng’s will open a Broome Street outpost. [Grub Street]

Bike bag purveyor Timbuk2 debuted a brick-and-mortar storefront this weekend on Noho’s Lafayette Street. [EV Grieve]

Zach Neil, co-owner of the East Village’s eyebrow-raising new eatery ’Merica NYC, participated in a recent Q&A. [Grub Street]

Take a spin through Superior Elevation Records, the year-old Williamsburg shop. [Bushwick Daily]

Empire actress Gabourey Sidibe discussed her junior high classmates who used to buy their lingerie on the Lower East Side. [Refinery 29]

Lena Dunham‘s newest tattoo is an homage to The Odeon on West Broadway. [Eater NY]

Brooklyn Comes Alive, a jam band festival, will sponsor performances Saturday at three Williamsburg venues. [Brooklyn]