Bushwick bike messenger Curtis Valentine, 32, died Saturday after sustaining a head injury at a Head Too Heavy Gallery exhibit honoring artists who died of drug overdoses. [DNA Info] Police are investigating the reported brawl that left Valentine with a cracked skull. [NY Daily News]

Tuesday night, a 49-year-old New Jersey woman who works at an East Village nail salon was shoved onto the Second Avenue F train platform by a man who whispered, “Maybe we’ll die together.” She survived and received 16 stitches. [ABC 7]

A client who rented The Muse circus school’s Moffat Street space for a month now threatens its existence by neglecting to pay the bill. Thus a $30K Indiegogo campaign is underway. [Brokelyn]

Comfort food and craft beer spot The Habitat will end its nine-year Manhattan Avenue run on September 16. [Greenpointers]

On Kickstarter, more than $28K of the $80K goal has been raised to fund Chinese artist Ai Weiwei’s New York City public art project, “Good Fences Make Good Neighbors.” [Bowery Boogie]

Bowery eatery La Gamelle appears to have shuttered after two years. [Bowery Boogie]

The New Santa Ana in Bushwick and Tacos Morelos in Williamsburg made this round-up of Brooklyn’s five best vegan taco purveyors. [Brokelyn]

Fuku’s US Open pop-up will sell ice cream sandwiches made with Du’s Donuts. [USA Today]