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(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Just before 7 a.m. yesterday, a Volvo driver struck three female pedestrians on the Lower East Side‘s South Street. According to the NYPD, one woman suffered life-threatening injuries while the other two (ages 60 and 67) suffered serious injuries. All three were taken to Bellevue Hospital. [Gothamist]

Developers of the 28-story Public Hotel at 215 Chrystie Street were served a stop-work order from the city Tuesday. [Bowery Boogie]

A show scheduled for Sunday at Greenpoint bar Coco66 is causing controversy because the front man for one of the bands booked, Tears of Frustration, has allegedly endorsed neo-Nazi groups. [One People’s Project]

Local chain Vivi Bubble Teawhich boasts a newish location near Union Square—will open imminently on Greenpoint’s Manhattan Avenue. [Greenpointers] And another Vivi Bubble Tea will replace Móle on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Check out the new Noho restaurant Egg Shop. [Eater NY]

The Second Avenue building that’s been home to Moishe’s Kosher Bake Shop since the 70s is available for lease. [EV Grieve]

On Bowery, Phebe’s Tavern & Grill is closed until September 5 for renovations. [EV Grieve]

Former Rustic LES restaurant owner Yassir Zraoul said landlord Steve Croman is responsible for his failed business. [Eater NY]

Once the current conversion is complete, the Steelworks Loft building in Williamsburg will be rechristened the Lewis Steel Building. [Brownstoner]

Here’s a rendering of The Two Six Three, a six-unit apartment building planned for 263 Union Avenue. [Buzz Buzz Home]

Stephen Tanner—chef of the Commodore in Williamsburg and (soon) El Cortez in Bushwick—gave a hilarious interview while chowing down on McDonald’s. [Grub Street]

In this slideshow, Momofoku Milk Bar‘s Christina Tosi wears a bunch of cute clothes and dishes about her new cookbook, Milk Bar Life. [Refinery29]

The Grey Lady wrote you a Greenpoint to-do list. [NY Times]

Get to know 14 Bushwick-loving celebs, including Madonna, Zosia Mamet, and the Knowles-Carters. [Bushwick Daily]

Curbed, along with photographer Nathan Kensinger, assesses state of the Bowery. [Curbed NY]

Artist R.Crumb turns 71 years old tomorrow.