A Greenpoint woman, 33, was arrested last week for dousing Wall Street’s “Charging Bull” statue will blue paint to protest America’s proposed withdrawal from the Paris Accord. [NY Daily News]

Native Leather will depart Bleecker Street after nearly a half century, as the building’s owner refused to offer the shop a new lease. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

In the East Village, 32 active liquor licenses are registered within 500 feet of 20 St. Mark’s Place. [NY Post]

For the next year, the East River Park’s track will be closed while upgrades are in progress. [EV Grieve]

Alphabet City residents voiced their concerns to Community Board 3 about Honey Fitz, a proposed bar from The Late Late and VNYL team that would replace Percy’s on Avenue A. [Bowery Boogie]

Dim sum spot Nom Wah Tu is now in soft open mode on Orchard Street. [Eater NY]

Bushwick Open Studios returns this weekend, with related events even happening outside of Brooklyn in Queens and Long Island. [Hyperallergic]

Williamsburg’s retail landscape will likely feature an outpost of Noho-based McNally Jackson Books by November. [Brownstoner]