On Wythe Avenue, a proposed 19-story building that would dwarf most of Williamsburg secured a $35.5 million financing package. [The Real Deal]

This past Monday on a Greenpoint sidewalk, a local resident spotted a business card for a Milwaukee-based, neo-Nazi hate group. [Bklyner]

Emma Stone and Jonah Hill recently filmed part of their new movie, Maniac, inside the Canal Street storefront that, until July, housed generations-old Cup & Saucer. The diner’s co-owner, John Vasilopoulos, is said to be garnering for a lease to reopen the restaurant on Grand Street. [Bowery Boogie]

One week from tomorrow, Queens Night Market veterans will kickoff a small, weekly food market at the intersection of Myrtle and Wyckoff Avenues. [Bushwick Daily]

As part of a two-year pilot program, beginning this fall the city will keep 300 parking spaces reserved for car-sharing program participants. [Bklyner]

Along the East Village/Alphabet City border, Australian artist Matt Adnate completed a Bushwick Collective-maintained mural this week depicting a woman in profile. [EV Grieve]

Greenpoint’s Magick City will host a pair of $30/person sound bath meditations to correspond with Monday night’s solar eclipse. [Greenpointers]

A Bushwick-assembled “spaceship tank” was seen hurtling through the Lower East Side (and on the Williamsburg Bridge) Sunday afternoon. [NBC NY]