More than 100 firefighters helped quell the blaze in last night’s three-alarm fire at Norfolk Street’s Beth Hamedrash Hagadol synsgogue. Two of them were treated for minor injuries. [DNA Info]

Now hospitalized in stable condition, a cyclist was hurt after riding the wrong way down Morgan Street and crashing into an NYPD SUV around 2 a.m. this morning. [DNA Info]

Lower East Side Rabbi Zvi Romm is displeased that the Henry Street Settlement invited Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour to participate in an upcoming panel.
[Bowery Boogie]

Four of Rosario Dawson‘s relatives are facing criticism for attempting to buy apartments intended for low-income families in the E. 13th Street building where the actress was raised. [NY Post]

On Metropolitan Avenue, a former umbrella factory was purchased for $23 million, and a condo conversion is underway. [The Real Deal]

Twelve food stands will begin serving customers today in Canal Street Market. [Eater NY]

A music venue called E.Vil will reportedly replace Village Pourhouse next month, although no liquor license application has surfaced thus far. [EV Grieve]

The St. Mark’s Greenmarket has concluded its run in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

Correction: An earlier version of this post was imprecise about the location of the food stalls within Canal Street Market.