In late May while an L train was stopped at Bedford Avenue, police allege this woman instigated an argument with a man over his coughing, and proceeded to Mace him before bolting from the scene. [DNA Info]

Per Manhattan Supreme Court filings, Maria Hrynenko—the landlord facing manslaughter charges for the Spring 2015 gas line explosion on 2nd Avenue—contends that the true responsible party is the management company who installed gas meters at one of her three properties. [NY Post]

On Knickerbocker Avenue, Hoboken-originating Molly’s Milk Truck has opened a storefront serving up a menu by a Per Se veteran. [DNA Info]

The pre-school at St. Mark’s Place’s Little Missionary’s Day Nursery will establish a new curriculum for all elementary school-aged students. [Eater NY]

Six-year-old Rivington Street eatery Wolfnights will debut a West Village offshoot in Autumn 2017. [Bowery Boogie]

Over five days starting Wednesday, Northside Festival will welcome 300 bands in North Brooklyn. [NY Times]

Following his Governors Ball set, Chance the Rapper dropped by Williamsburg nightclub Schimanski to support his backing group, The Social Experiment. [Free Williamsburg]

Meanwhile, Busta Rhymes cancelled his Saturday appearance at the 6th annual Bushwick Collective Block Party. [DNA Info]