The Day | Rockwood Starts Record Label

Bowery Wall portraitScott Lynch

Good morning, East Village.

This Sunday, Jenifer Rajkumar is slated to announce her campaign for a seat on the City Council against District 1 Councilwoman Margaret Chin. [The Lo-down]

N.Y.U.’s admissions office recently got bombarded with calls from rejected applicants and their parents, most of which could not be answered to the callers’ satisfaction. [NY Daily News]

Ken Rockwood of Rockwood Music Hall in the Lower East Side is starting a record label. [New York Times]

U.K. punk band Subhumans will play at the Bowery Ballroom on June 15. [Brooklyn Vegan]

There will be no J train service to the Bowery station all week between midnight to 5 a.m due to scheduled maintenance work. J trains will run from Jamaica Center to Delaney Street-Essex Street. [Time Ledger]

Desnuda, the East Village ceviche bar, has just opened an outpost in Williamsburg. [Gothamist] And Dos Toros is following it. [Daily News]

The Greenwich Project on MacDougal Street has a bar on the first floor, a full-service restaurant on the second, and pop art all over. [Grub Street]

Looking back on an unsolved murder: “The cold-blooded killing was all the more stunning because [Abe] Lebewohl was so well-liked and embraced by the community.” [Ephemeral NY]

The Spanish food exudes authenticity at Cata: “The paella there is made with care, cooked in an extremely thin layer that clings to the wide metal pan.” [Fork in the Road]