Around 10 p.m. last night, police say a 20-something man was slashed in the neck during a fight on Bowery near Stanton Street. He was treated at Bellevue Hospital, and no arrests have been made. [DNA Info]

Late Saturday afternoon inside Ludlow Street brunch spot Libation, police say a man sustained a gash below his ear (that required six stitches) soon after reportedly spitting at a woman. [Bowery Boogie]

A partnership that includes Barclays Center-owning Brooklyn Sports Entertainment purchased Webster Hall for a reported $35 million. [NY Post]

The forthcoming L train shutdown has been shortened from 18 to 15 months, set to start in exactly two years. [NY Times]

Muji, the Japanese home goods brand, signed a decade-long lease for its sixth Gotham and first Brooklyn location, at 55 N. 5th Street in Williamsburg. [Wall Street Journal]

Celebrity favorite vegetarian eatery Angelica Kitchen will close for good Friday following a 40-year run split between St. Mark’s Place and E. 12th Street. [Eater NY]

First Avenue noodle bar The Tang will soon welcome a sibling, Tang Hotspot, at 135 Bowery. [Bowery Boogie]

Rivington Street’s former Will Ferrell tribute bar, Stay Classy, has reinvented itself as ’80s playground G885. [Eater NY]