According to police, in Bushwick this week a father punched a school safety officer in the face when told he couldn’t be in an employees-only area of his child’s campus. [DNA Info]

On St. Mark’s Place, Cafe Orlin will shutter October 15 after serving customers for 36 years. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

GoHealth Urgent Care recently debuted it first Brooklyn facility on Kent Avenue. [Brownstoner]

East Village ramen restaurant Ippudo will open its second Midtown outpost Monday. [Eater NY]

Tuesday night on E. 4th Street, Community Board 3’s Transportation, Public Safety & Environment Committee will host a public meeting to discuss how a neighborhood’s density of alcohol-serving establishments impacts its wellbeing. [Bowery Boogie]

Four boroughs will host screenings of the 1994 Spike Lee film Crooklyn this Wednesday as part of the city’s newly-launched “One Film, One New York” program. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Cult Party, a Bushwick-bound feminist boutique, will fete its opening with a party next Saturday night. [Bushwick Daily]

A website called Hipster Bullshit is selling a $25 tank-top emblazoned with a cupcake and the words, “Keep Calm and Gentrify Brooklyn.” [Brokelyn]