The Day | Brooklyn Man Charged with Murder in LES Shooting

avenue bMeagan Kirkpatrick

Good morning, East Village.

Police have arrested Brooklyn resident Joshua Nunez, 21, in connection with a fatal shooting on Oct. 6 outside of the Jose Beauty Salon and Barber Shop on Forsyth Street, reports the Daily News. He was apprehended in the death of NoLIta resident Charles Fernandez, 29, and charged with murder and criminal possession of a weapon, police said. Mr. Fernandez, a father of three and sometime construction worker, was shot in the torso and taken by private means to Bellevue Hospital, where he was pronounced dead on arrival.

EV Grieve reports that Gimme Gimme Records on East Fifth Street is closing after Sunday. The shop, which just celebrated its 18th year, is the fourth East Village record store to shutter this year, writes EV. This past summer, landlord Steven Croman bought the building and a huge rent hike followed. EV also points to more construction at the Standard East Village and a malleable man performing “vertical planking on the plywood.”

If you fancy some risqué entertainment, Horse Trade Theater Group is putting on “Revealed Burlesque,” a one-night show on Nov. 14, 8 p.m., at the Kraine Theater that promises “the most beloved burlesque performers in New York City and beyond.” The show stars producer and performer GiGi La Femme. Tickets are $30 and sold at

And if you happened to spot some burly bikers descending on Bowery last Sunday, Bowery Boogie has photos of Hells Angels gathering for their annual biker bash at the Bowery Electric. Angels collided with fashionistas, including one leather-clad biker who volunteered to pose with a little pooch. Aww.