Yesterday, city council member Margaret Chin painted over KKK vandalism that recently appeared on East Broadway’s Beth Hachasidim DePolen synagogue. [Bowery Boogie] An Upper West Side church was also tagged with a swastika last week. [NY Post]

East 9th Street ceramics shop Clayworks will shutter in mid-September after 43 years. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

Parker Posey’s former one-bedroom co-op on E. 10th Street was purchased by fellow actor Alexander Skarsgärd for $2.3 million. [LLNYC]

Williamsburg is now home to a days-old, 3K-square-foot Think Coffee location, which includes a bakery and roastery. [Eater NY]

Insectivores will dine at this weekend’s Brooklyn Bugs festival, sponsored by the Museum of Food and Drink.. [Gothamist]

Sammy’s Restaurant Equipment, which vacated Bowery two years ago, now boasts a temporary showroom at 1 Rivington Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Tour a two-bedroom Grand Street co-op that’s on the market for $899K. [Curbed NY]

SING BKLYN will begin hosting a choir for Williamsburg and Greenpoint children next month at the Park Church Co-op. [Greenpointers]