Here are all the winners still vying to represent you after yesterday’s citywide primary election. [NY Daily News]

Five-year-old sausage purveyor and San Franciso import Rosamunde will shutter Sunday, making way for Lucky Dog, which currently occupies a neighboring Williamsburg address. [Gothamist]

Hillary Clinton’s staff had Joe’s Pizza delivered to those who waited overnight outside Barnes & Noble Union Square in anticipation of her book signing yesterday. [People]

On Queens’s Thorneycroft Ramp, a Ramones mural unveiled in June by artist Ori Carino sustained damage and now requires restoration. [EV Grieve]

Sibling-run Harry & Ida’s Meat and Supply Company, of the East Village, now boasts a sibling of its own in the Financial District, Harry & Ida’s Luncheonette. [Gothamist]

Tonight at 9 p.m., Wythe Avenue’s Kinfolk Store will serve pizza and rose during a viewing party for Broad City’s fourth season premiere ($5 to $10). [The Skint]

Williamsburg studio space Little Metal Print seeks artwork for its inaugural exhibition, running October 21 through December 5. [Greenpointers]

Read an ode to the Instagram-worthy rainbow cookies sold at Greenpoint cookbook haven Archestratus. [Edible Brooklyn]