Three developers partnered to sell 13 N. 3rd Street condominiums for a projected $30 million. [The Real Deal]

The Brooklyn Kitchen will relocate its Williamsburg shop and cooking school to Industry City. [Eater NY]

Former Greenpoint resident Sasheer Zamata concluded her four-season run as a Saturday Night Live cast member this past weekend. [Entertaiment Tonight]

Read a Q&A with John Ortiz, owner of the six-year-old coffee shop/wine bar Troost on Manhattan Avenue. [Greenpointers]

Emily and Emmy Squared, the popular Clinton Hill and Williamsburg slice spots, will debut a West Village sibling on June 7. [Grub Street]

Months-old Santa Panza could be Roberta’s heir to the title of Bushwick’s top pizza purveyor, according to one food critic. [Eater NY]

In a short personal essay, one woman recalls her recent introductory visit to Secret Dungeon Project, a Williamsburg art exhibition space. [Brokelyn]

Remember Sir Roger Moore by watching Live and Let Die‘s car chase, filmed on both the FDR freeway and Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]