(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

A lawyer representing the city in a Manhattan Supreme Court case filed in Spring 2015 by a group of Second Avenue neighbors who lost their homes in a gas line explosion said that the fault lies with other parties. [NY Post]

Meanwhile, The Grand Street Guild Apartments on the Lower East Side are among the city’s 1,700 New York City Housing Authority-owned residences currently without gas. [Curbed NY]

Dieci (Italian for “ten”), the Japanese-owned Italian restaurant on E. 10th Street, shuttered after its namesake number of years. [EV Grieve]

Homer Murray, son of an original Ghostbuster, spoke to a local food writer about his new restaurant/bar, 21 Greenpoint. [Grub Street]

This morning, a Zoltar Machine featuring a Trump likeness was briefly parked on a Greenpoint street corner. [Gothamist]

The wife of Grey’s Anatomy star Justin Chambers recently purchased a two-bedroom co-op on E. 4th Street. [NY Observer]

Yesterday, the ever-topical Vinny’s Pizzeria in Williamsburg featured three Kenneth Bone-inspired menu items. [DNA Info]