After their restaurant was somehow falsely implicated in the Washington, D.C.-based Pizzagate hoax, the staff of Roberta’s is now receiving death threats. [DNA Info]

Independent Cobble Hill bookstore BookCourt will shutter in three weeks, ending a 35 year tenure and following in the sad footsteps of St. Marks Bookshop. [Gothamist]

Tonight, chef Chakriya Un will bring his Cambodian noodle pop-up shop to Franklin Avenus’s The Diamond. [Greenpointers]

A bartering-friendly coffee shop located in the Museo de Los Sures gallery called Aridoamerica Winter Plan will open Saturday in Williamsburg, courtesy of a capitalism critic. [Brooklyn Paper]

This weekend in Bushwick, recording studio Mama Coco’s Funky Kitchen will host a fundraiser for Planned Parenthood and the ALCU tomorrow, and Silent Barn will host one for the Standing Rock Medic & Healer Council on Sunday. [Brooklyn] In addition, Molasses Books will begin donating 10 percent of its Friday night bar earnings to anti-Trump causes. [Brokelyn]

Brooklyn Bazaar will become a Cady Heron and Regina George-approved high school this Wednesday for a Mean Girls-themed talent show. Tickets sell for $27 to $68. [Gothamist]

Milk & Pull, the coffee shop founded on Irving Avenue three years ago, will debut its third outpost this February in Bed-Stuy. [Bushwick Daily]

The Lower East Side and Williamsburg outposts of the growing Sweet Chick empire will welcome a new sister restaurant this spring in Prospect Heights. [DNA Info]