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A 28-year-old man was shot to death in Bushwick early this morning. No suspects have been arrested. [DNAinfo]

A man in a station wagon drove into the front gates of Tompkins Square Park in the early hours of the morning. [EV Grieve]

Really disturbing, strategically placed alligator limbs have been found strewn across Williamsburg. [NY Daily News]
A Spooky Mansion was named a landmark in Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

See what liquor licenses are on tap for Community Board 3, via its just released SLA committee agenda. [The Lo-Down]

George Hirose’s photo exhibition of East Village community gardens is on display at Bloom Projects through Sunday. Tomorrow night, the photographer will be onsite for a Q&A.  [The Low-Down]

The House of Yes performance space in Williamsburg needs a new home, due to a rent hike. [Brooklyn Paper]

Brooklyn Bike Patrol, a group of safety escorts on two wheels, says it will be back in service now that its founder is in full recovery mode from two, yes, two, heart attacks. [Bed-Stuy Patch]

Intrepid Williamsburg design store, The Future Perfect, closes its doors after a decade of offering Brooklynites hip and repurposed design objects. Newer outposts in Manhattan and SF will stay open for business. [NYTimes]

“It’s time to live with youthful fascination in a community with interesting things to do.” Oh boy. That’s direct from the official website of the Williamsburg Social – a two-building condominium development on 250 Bedford Avenue and 129 North 3rd Street, accepting tenants now. Studios start $2,600 and a two bedroom/two baths at $4,800. [Brownster]