Ramon Escobar was sentenced Monday to 20 years in prison for stabbing and killing a 46-year-old bike messenger, David Fernandez, in Williamsburg nearly six years ago. [DNA Info]

This week Starbucks announced that it will table its “Evenings” program that served beer, wine and small plates, meaning the Bedford Avenue outpost will go back to being a full-time java shop. [Seattle Times]

Walter’s Coffee Roastery, where Bushwick residents get their caffeine fix with a Breaking Bad bent, now operates a new location in Dubai. [Bushwick Daily]

The chef of Lower East Side veggie paradise Dirt Candy, Amanda Cohen, partnered with Newark Airport on Thyme, a restaurant just introduced to Terminal C. [Eater NY]

A Korean and Japanese fusion eatery boasting karaoke, Sandobe, opened Friday on Brooklyn’s Broadway. [Bushwick Daily]

Sunday’s Three Kings Day Parade on Graham Avenue featured lots of four-legged participants, from camels to sheep. [Brooklyn Paper]

The $9 Unicorn Latte is just one of many mystical-sounding concoctions served up on Metropolitan Avenue at The End, also you go-to spot for $110 shark tooth necklaces. [Gothamist]