Village Voice owner Michael Barbey announced yesterday that the 62-year-old paper’s free, weekly print edition will cease publication, but the website will continue. [Variety]

Musicians and comedians raised money for victims of the Charlottesville terrorism attack last night at The Slipper Room. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Bond Street tool and die shop Etna shuttered after serving customers for 71 years. [Gothamist]

Coco Pazzo—an Upper East Side Italian restaurant that was open for 18 years and has now been closed for nearly a decade—will re-open on Prince Street. [Grub Street]

During the night, New York Health Department-sponsored trucks sprayed Williamsburg and Bushwick to ward off cases of West Nile virus. [Bushwick Bomb]

Relive Monday afternoon’s solar eclipse with a gallery of Greenpoint gazers’s photos. [Greenpointers]

John’s of 12th Street in the East Village, Barano in Williamsburg, and Roberta’s in Bushwick made this round-up of 18 delectable pasta spots. [Eater NY]

Tour a three-bedroom, $3 million condo inside of a former musical instrument factory on Williamsburg’s Broadway. [Brownstoner]