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Williamsburg Man Killed By Tractor Trailer; Roberta’s Partners in Court

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Williamsburg resident Moshe Weiner, 21, was killed yesterday when he was hit by a tractor trailer, which proceeded to drag him down Kent Avenue. [DNA Info]

According to a report by Cleanup North Brooklyn, many Bushwick children suffer from asthma owed to a diesel fuel pollutant emitted by the private waste transfer station Brooklyn Transfer LLC. [Gothamist]

This week the three business partners behind Bushwick’s most beloved pizza, Roberta’s, are in court hammering out their “conscious uncoupling.” [NY Post] Meanwhile, yesterday Roberta’s debated a two-month pop-up restaurant in Culver City, CA. [Eater LA] Keep Reading »

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Sebastian Bach Skids into Greenpoint; Vegan Subway Perv Pleads Guilty

Tuesday, the former chef and co-owner at East Village vegan eatery Quintessence, Dan Holt, plead guilty to harassment in a January incident where he was photographed masturbating on an N train. [NY Post]

The manager of Serafina on the LES left the restaurant’s star-studded opening party Monday night to successfully reason with a suicidal woman he saw poised to jump from a nearby building. [Page Six]

Per the Landmarks Preservation Commission, Trash & Vaudville‘s former home, 4 St. Marks Place, will gain a floor and five additional apartments. [NY Yimby] Keep Reading »

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Michael Alig Returns to Nightlife; Beating at B Bar

Last Wednesday, a 29-year-old was punched multiple times by an unknown assailant while dining on the patio at B Bar and Grill, an encounter captured in security footage. [Gothamist]

Slumlord siblings Joel and Amron Israel were sentenced yesterday to five years probation, 500 hours of community service, and $350K owed toward eight rent-stabilized tenants whose North Brooklyn apartments they destroyed in order to get the residents to relocate. [Gothamist]

Paperwork reveals that a seven-story, 121-unit building on E. 10th Street was purchased for $73 million as part of a portfolio this May. [The Real Deal] Keep Reading »

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Williamsburg Gets Cheesy Eatery; Sudekis Hits Bowery Poetry Club

In Williamsburg, a middle-aged employee at a kosher food factory lost his hand Friday after it reportedly got sucked into a grinder. [NY Daily News]

Bryan Lepe, 22, was arrested last week for helping a pit bull owner get rid of his dog by stuffing it in a suitcase and throwing it out in a Lower East Side dumpster. The owner was arrested on October 27, and the rescued dog was brought to an ASPCA animal hospital. [DNA Info]

On Thursday, Miss Paradis, a Mediterranean eatery, will open 47 Prince Street, featuring a nine-foot-tall chrome rooftop apple sculpture by designer Philippe Starck. [Eater NY] Keep Reading »

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Live in the Domino Sugar Factory For Cheap; ‘Nasty Women’ Art Show

Police released a photo of the teenage boy who threatened to shoot or stab three people on the Lower East Side between November 14 and 17, making off with a combined $21 cash. [DNA Info]

A 79-year-old saxophonist claims his landlord planted bedbugs in his $380/month East Village apartment. [NY Post]

According to a study by the Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development, only about 40 percent of New Yorkers have three months worth of household expenses saved in case of an emergency. [DNA Info] Keep Reading »

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KKK Graffiti at W’burg Housing Projects; NYU Students Shack Up With Seniors

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Around 2am Sunday at the Lower East Side Coffee Shop on E. 14th Street, a loud Mike Pence supporter launched into racist and sexist invectives against two Chinese-American women who asked him to quiet down (and eventually threw glasses of water in his face), before he pepper sprayed a Latino man who came to their defense. [Mic News] The Pence supporter, a 56-year-old white man, was arrested for assault and harassment. [Gothamist]

Police are investigating anti-Semitic graffiti (interspersed with the words “Trump” and “KKK”) found in the public housing developments at both 85 Taylor Street and 99 Wilson Street in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

Next year, thanks to a partnership with the Lower East Side non-profit University Settlement, NYU students will have the chance to live with local senior citizens who have space for rent, potentially slashing their room and board costs by half. [NBC NY] Keep Reading »

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Greenpoint Warehouse Going For $60M; Jupiter Disco Opens in Bushwick

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

This Friday afternoon on Palmetto Street, a vigil will be held for Sharabia Thomas, the 17-year-old Bushwick student who died in 2004. Her alleged kidnapper and killer was indicted Thursday. [DNA Info]

In the next year, $1.7 million in new amenities (including sports courts and a skate park) will be added to Bushwick’s Rudd Park and Playground. [DNA Info]

Greenpoint’s 1 Huron Street, a 1.5 acre property featuring an 80K-square-foot warehouse, is seeking a $60 million buyer. [Crain’s NY] Keep Reading »

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Indictment in Bushwick Murder; ‘Immersive Erotic Dinner Party’ Pix

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Kwauhuru Govan, a 38-year-old man from Florida, was indicted Thursday for the 2004 kidnapping and murder of Bushwick teenager Sharabia Thomas, thanks to DNA found under the victim’s fingernails. [DNA Info]

On November 10, a woman witnessed a man fondling himself in front of Delancey Street’s P.S. 142 elementary school, which she reported to police. [DNA Info]

You can spin your own records at Chao Chao, a new Vietnamese restaurant in the East Village. [DNAinfo] Keep Reading »

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Seth Rogen Eyes East Village Condo; 200-Pound Tuna in Greenpoint

Yesterday afternoon on Knickerbocker Avenue, an alleged drunk driver who was going in the wrong direction hit a man in the foot after he first pushed his wife out of the car’s way, police say. [DNA Info]

A Rutgers University professor who lives in Greenpoint claims, “Trump’s crackdown on free speech has absolutely begun,” citing an incident that occurred Tuesday. That night, police took the Politicizing Beyonce author to Bellevue Hospital for a psyche evaluation after he tweeted what was interpreted as threats against white people. [NY Daily News]

Tomorrow from 4 to 6:30 p.m., Cafecito Bogotá on Manhattan Avenue will host a Love Trumps Hate event with free cookies and coffee. [DNA Info] Keep Reading »

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Man Clocked For Yelling ‘Trump’; Modular Hotel Rises on Bowery

Today a funeral will be held for Carmen Pabón, a local activist who lived in Avenue D’s Lillian Wald Houses for 61 years until her recent death at age 94. [EV Grieve]

A 60-year-old man was punched in the face by an unknown assailant Sunday night after yelling “Trump!” on Essex Street. [DNA Info]

Yesterday a home health aide called 911 after her patient, a 103-year-old East Village woman, frightened her with a tantrum. [NY Post] Keep Reading »

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Own Jay-Z’s Brooklyn Loft; Video of Suspect in Williamsburg Shooting

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Police released video of the suspected gunman from the Williamsburg triple shooting that occurred Sunday outside of Don Pedro. [DNA Info]

The 2017 NYC Michelin Guide awarded two stars to Aska, a month-old Scandinavian restaurant on Wythe Avenue. [NY Times]

Casette, a year-old Greenpoint eatery partly backed by Kickstarter’s founder, will be replaced with a private event space. [Eater NY]

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McSorley’s Bounces Back From Health Dept Closure; Rezoning Nixed on Williamsburg Waterfront

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

The School’s Special Commission of Investigation found no one to blame for the October 2015 choking death of a 7-year-old girl at P.S. 250 in Williamsburg, news that upset her family. [DNA Info]

On Wednesday, police arrested a woman, 34, for allegedly punching a 9-year-old girl (who was not her child) at the Essex/Delancey Street subway station. [Gothamist]

Four days after the 162-year-old bar was closed by the Department of Health, McSorley’s Old Ale House was back in business as of yesterday afternoon. [EV Grieve] Keep Reading »