The Day | Whitney Houston Singalong at Nino’s

Good morning, East Village.

Before we get to the news, do watch the above YouTube video, posted on Sunday, of a 3 a.m. singalong at Nino’s Pizza on St. Marks Place and Avenue A.

And now: The Lo-Down reported this morning that emergency crews were on the scene of a water main break that flooded the intersection of Bowery and Delancey Street.

DNA Info reports that Chelsea Elliot, of Brooklyn, and Jeanne Mansfield, of Massachusetts, have filed a lawsuit against Anthony Bologna, the police officer who pepper-sprayed demonstrators at a Sept. 24 Occupy Wall Street march near Union Square.

The Daily News profiles students at the Saint Saviour High School in Park Slope who make sandwiches to give to the homeless living in Tompkins Square Park once a month.

Lost City admires 62 East Fourth Street, the building that now houses the Rod Rodgers & Duo Multicultural Arts Center and the New York Theatre Workshop’s Scenic & Costume Design Shop. “Workman are still finishing the restoration,” Lost City writes. “But, as it is, the Strangest Building in the East Village is now also one of the most beautiful.”

Robert Sietsema of The Voice tries the Monday-night Tex-Mex menu at Goat Town and declares, “The city hasn’t seen food quite like this before. Though we’ve had plenty of places that serve a modified form of Tex-Mex, this menu takes it back to one of its historic sources.”

At NYU Local, Lucyna Mickievicius recalls the days when her bar, Lucy’s, was Blanche’s: “There was a shooting of a woman on the street. Blanche was afraid to open gates from the window, even in the daytime!”

East Village Arts points out that Jimmy Carbone of Jimmy’s No. 43 hosts a weekly online radio show, “Beer Sessions Radio.”

Blackbook visits Spanky & Darla’s and decides it’s a “different, tamer version” of the bar that came before it, Cheap Shots. “Despite an unfortunate renaming, it’s still the same dirty little East Village dive loved for its top-heavy bartenders and under carbonated pitchers. Just be sure to bring your ID.”