Bushwick Economic Development Corp., the non-profit that oversaw the Bronx shelter where two young sisters were killed last month by a defective radiator, now faces a nearly $533K tax lien. [DNA Info]

fire broke out Friday morning on the upper floor of 13 Greenpoint Avenue, a two-story commercial building that houses The End recording studio. [Patch]

At 1 p.m. tomorrow, members of the National Organization for Women will protest outside a Greenpoint’s Meserole Avenue police station in response to Captain Peter Rose’s comments to DNA Info, where he made a distinction between rape by an acquaintance and “true” rape. [Gothamist] In 2016, the number of rapes reported in Greenpoint climbed 62 percent from the previous year, according to police.

Meanwhile, tomorrow at 7 p.m., City Council member Stephen Levin will partake in a Q&A with The Hook, a new podcast, at Pete’s Candy Store in Williamsburg. [Greenpointers]

Visitors to McCarren Park’s seven tennis courts can now volley “indoors” beneath a climate-controlled bubble. [Curbed NY]

Tour Bunker, the Vietnamese restaurant three times larger than its Ridgewood predecessor, which opened Thursday in Bushwick. [Eater NY]

New Yorker nightlife writer revealed that her favorite cocktail of 2016 was “The Painkiller,” a $4 slushie served up at The Johnson’s in Bushwick. [NPR]

Anthropologie is currently selling four dresses named after Brooklyn neighborhoods, including Gowanus garb that retails for $188. [Gothamist]