The Day | Buy a St. Marks Building for $7.5 Million

Good morning, East Village.

The 14th Street Y has released the cute video above, featuring Nathan Tysen, the winner of its “green song” contest, along with some of the Y’s kids. According to Mr. Tysen’s website, the singer-songwriter has written tunes for “Sesame Street,” which (fun fact!) was almost called 1-2-3 Avenue B.

The latest on stop and frisk: The Times publishes an editorial regarding a lawsuit that the N.Y.C.L.U. has filed regarding a program that allows the police to patrol private rental buildings. “The city claims that the Clean Halls program fights crime and that building owners and managers heartily approve of it,” it reads. “But that does not justify the kinds of abuses that the plaintiffs claim to be receiving at the hands of the police. At the very least, the city needs to make sure that its officers are following the law and treating these residents with respect.”

33 St. Marks Place, the building that houses outgoing Rockit Scientist Records, is for sale for $7.5 million. The listing touts “nine apartments; eight in the front building and one duplex unit in the rear carriage house of approximately 1,200 square feet.”

Further down St. Marks, a Dailybag coupon allows you to attend Celtic Night at Theater 80 for $10. Admission gets you a dance class and concert.

And around the corner from St. Marks, another deal: Students get 20 percent off haircuts, coloring, and perms at Hair Mates this month.

The Daily News discovers that Alec Baldwin has proposed to his girlfriend, Hilaria Thomas, a 28-year-old N.Y.U. grad and yoga instructor who co-owns Yoga Vida on University Place and East 12th Street.