Although the driver who killed Neftaly Ramirez in a Greenpoint hit-and-run last month will not be charged, the case will remain open for the foreseeable future, per police. [Brooklyn Paper]

While undergoing it’s just-begun renovations and a change of management, Webster Hall will reportedly be closed for at least two years. [Billboard]

After three years on E. 11th Street, coffee and clothing shop Fair Folks & a Goat will shutter August 31. [EV Grieve]

A former VICE editor had 10 Williamsburg Pizza pies delivered to protestors outside of Trump Tower Monday night. [Eater NY]

Last night, the opening of a new exhibition curated by East Village residents and running through September 18—“Capturing the Lower East Side’s Storefronts”—was celebrated at First Avenue’s Theater for the New City Gallery. [EV Grieve]

Grand Street Restaurant Week returns to Williamsburg this Monday with reduced-price lunches and dinners. [Bushwick Daily]

Acclaimed Allen Street vegetarian restaurant Dirty Candy recently became a tasting menu-only establishment. [Eater NY]

In North Brooklyn, Brooklyn Brewery and Northern Territory each host yoga classes where beer-drinking is encouraged. [Brokelyn]