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The suspect in last weekend’s Williamsburg stabbing wears a cowboy hat and a mustache. [DNA Info]

The Daily News reported that Gwynnett St. owner Carl McCoy “agreed with a drug dealer” to have several packages of methylone sent to the Williamsburg restaurant; Gwynett St. tweeted that the report was “some Onion shit” and “none of these accusations are true.” [Grub Street]

A Williamsburg rental building that seems to have a rooftop hopscotch court is now accepting rentals, and all six of the $1,825/month studios are gone. [Curbed]

Community Board 1 voted against a plan to turn the Williamsburgh Savings Bank into an events space after hundreds of residents signed a petition protesting a liquor license application. [DNA Info]

Demolitions permits have been filed for a LES Pathmark that will be replaced by a residential tower. [The Lo-Down]

Residents of a Lower East Side building who will be displaced by SPURA say they’re getting the run-around from the city. [The Lo-Down, DNA Info]

Here’s more on the City Council’s Greenpoint Landing decision. [Greenpointers]

An eco-friendly developer is bringing a 7-story, 18-unit building to Union Ave. in Williamsburg. [BuzzBuzz Home]

Here’s footage of The Pizza Underground’s first show at Sidewalk Cafe last month. [Gothamist]

Joshua David Stein thinks Greenpoint is the city’s best food neighborhood of 2013, and Williamsburg’s Luksus is the best high-end spot. [NY Observer, NYO]

Eet, the Greenpoint silent-dining restaurant, is adding yoga to the mix. [Eater]

A rep for Stephen Starr tells Eater that the restaurateur got Community Board approval for an offshoot of St. Anselm at 222 Bowery. [Eater]