Former John Lennon collaborator and legendary East Village resident David Peel was reportedly hospitalized last week in Virginia following a major heart attack. [EV Grieve]

Seeking help finding the suspect, the NYPD released footage of the man they believe attempted to rape a Bushwick woman in her Greene Avenue apartment early on March 25. [Gothamist/a>]

The number of New York City hate crimes in last month was up 106 percent from March 2015. [DNA Info]

Bushwick’s Cafe Ghia will shutter April 30 after six years in business. [Bushwick Bomb]

A 24-hour McDonald’s will open at the intersection of Wyckoff and Willoughby Avenues in Bushwick, and double as a nighttime performance space [Update: This was an April Fool’s joke]. [Bushwick Daily]

The lot adjoining Clinton Street’s Congregation Chasam Sofer synagogue seeks a $5.25 million buyer. [Bowery Boogie]

On Avenue A, the below-ground space that housed Elvis Guesthouse until New Year’s Eve is now on the market for $9K/month. [EV Grieve]

Community Board 3’s Transportation Committee will meet Wednesday night to discuss the two-way protected bike lane bound for Delancey Street, which was first announced in September. [Bowery Boogie]