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Michael Pearce

A 51-year-old man was struck and killed by the G train around 8 p.m. last night as it pulled into the Broadway stop in Williamsburg. He’s the record-breaking 31st subway fatality of 2013. [Gothamist]

Crown Heights sandwich joint and cocktail bar Black Tree, which opened a LES location last month, uses the ol’ B+B tipline to tell us about their Sip & Slide-r Happy Hour. Stop by their Orchard Street shop between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. to try the chef’s selection of three sliders for $9. Wash it down with $4 drafts of New York state craft beer or $6 glasses of Channing Daughters wine on tap. [Bedford + Bowery]
The sixth annual Steve Nash charity soccer tournament, which has brought together big-name NBA and soccer stars in years past (2013’s line-up hasn’t been revealed) will be held in Sara D. Roosevelt Park in the Lower East Side next Wednesday. For a $25,000 donation, you can play too! [The Lo Down]

The L Magazine has just posted a “North Brooklyn-centric” art guide, highlighting Storefront Bushwick, Interstate Projects, and lots more for the “art lover that doesn’t ever want to go to Chelsea.” [The L Magazine]

Fourteen new businesses in the Lower East Side applied for liquor licenses this past Monday, including Pinot’s Palette, a nation-wide franchise that pairs painting classes with wine. [DNAinfo]

Get Up and Ride, a Brooklyn-based bike tour company is offering a two-and-a-half-hour brunch tour of North Brooklyn. It makes three breakfast stops in Williamsburg and Greenpoint and ends with an “optional mimosa” that isn’t covered by the $65 fee. [Brokelyn]