(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Yesterday morning, narcotics raids in the Bronx, Upper Manhattan and on the Lower East Side yielded 14 kilos of heroin, 14 guns, 22 arrests and more. [NY Daily News]

A prospective two-story gastropub called The Flower Shop will try to woo Community Board 3 next week as it hopes to eventually open at 107 Eldridge Street. [Bowery Boogie]

At 198 Johnson Avenue in Williamsburg, plans are underway to build a seven-story, 117-unit mixed-use building. [The Real Deal NY]

Pommes Frites, which was sidelined by last year’s gas line explosion, intends to reopen next month at 128 MacDougal Street. [Eater NY]

In the East Village, The Cock‘s previous home at 29 Second Avenue is seeking a new tenant. [EV Grieve]

Now through June 30, submissions are being accepted for this fall’s 9th annual Bushwick Film Festival. [Bushwick Daily]

The co-founder of Eagle Street Rooftop Farm in Greenpoint, Annie Novak, has penned a new book called, The Rooftop Growing Guide[Edible Brooklyn]

Jim Gaffigan will film scenes from season two of his TV Land series today on Bowery near Houston. [Bowery Boogie]