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The NYPD are looking for the drug dealer who, they say, provided shrooms to Titan Lee-Hai before he plunged from an NYU dorm. [DNA Info]

A faux ConEd bill collector is getting Williamsburg shopkeepers to turn over bundles of cash. [Brooklyn Paper]

In Greenpoint, a 25-year-old is accused of jumping off his moped to bash strangers with a metal pipe. [Brooklyn Paper]

A man who fired at cops during a Lower East Side gun battle last year said he acted out of fear for his life. [Wall Street Journal]

Police say this guy used a stolen debit card to withdraw $800 from an East Village bank. [DNA Info]

The rumors were true: Andrew Carmellini and his partners are opening Bar Primi, a “casual pasta shop,” in the former Peels space. [Eater]

A plagued Greenpoint rental building, which once counted Magic Johnson as an investor, is under new ownership. [Curbed]

Three units inside of a converted pentecostal church in Greenpoint are going for $9,600 per month each. [BuzzBuzz Home]

Tenants of a Bushwick building say their landlord ripped out their kitchens and baths to try to get them to move out of their rent-stabilized units. [BK Bureau]

Renderings for a new building on Box Street make it look worthy of the street’s name. [BuzzBuzz Home]

A new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York displays works culled from the estate of a Lower East Side collector who was “a Medici to spray paint and graffiti artists.” []

Despite leasing out classroom space in 51 Astor, St. John’s won’t be adding dorm rooms in Manhattan. [Torch]

Clinton Hill taqueria Cochinita is opening a spot on Canal Street. [Grub Street]

Assemble the “ultimate hipster Super Bowl spread” by ordering from places like BrisketTown and Sweet Chick. [Grub Street]

Oddfellows is now serving a Mast Brothers hot fudge sundae. Plus — the menu for Narcissa in The Standard East Village. [Grub Street]

Williamsburg’s Life:Curated is having a 60% off sale. [Racked]