Police believe this cyclist is a serial burglar targeting homes in Bushwick and Ridgewood, Queens. [Gothamist]

More than 500 people have RSVPed to attend a rally called, “Defend the Kosciuszko Bridge from Demo with Wolves & Swords,” which is scheduled to take place on July 11, the day the Greenpoint overpass will be blown up. [Brokelyn]

The proprietors of a karaoke spot that wants to open on Ludlow Street, Mini Rex, will attempt to attempt to obtain a liquor license from the state after being shutdown by Community Board 3. [Bowery Boogie]

Check out 10 Hanksy-curated murals that graced the former Essex Street Market and Lowline space this weekend. [Hyperallergic]

See what’s being served at the Jean-Georges Vongerichten-dictated drinking/dining options at the Public Hotel on Chrystie Street. [Grub Street]

Japanese restaurant Dokodemo will soon replace Cucina di Pesce at 89 E. 4th Street. [EV Grieve]

Hundreds waited in line Thursday morning outside Fuku for a pair of limited-edition, David Chang-for-Nike sneakers. [Eater NY]

Metropolis Vintage, an East Village business since 1990, boasts a new sign by neighborhood resident and Punk magazine co-founder John Holmstrom. [EV Grieve]