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A Bushwick police officer told B+B that a man was stabbed on Broadway at 11:15 p.m. Monday. He was taken to Kings County Hospital and is expected to survive. No arrest has been made.

That night there was also an apparent shooting at Knickerbocker Avenue and Putnam Street in Bushwick. This is the neighborhood’s second shooting in as many weeks. [Bushwick Daily]

Investigators are trying to determine what happened to the middle-aged Greenpoint couple who was found dead in their hot tub on Sunday. [NY Daily News]

These maps illustrate how much segregation still exists in NYC. [Gothamist]

Cab drivers are not allowed to eject regular riders from their cars in favor of Uber customers. [DNA Info]

FEIT, a previously web-only purveyor of custom handmade leather shoes, kicks off its one month pop-up shop at Assembly New York on the Lower East Side tonight with a party at 6 p.m. [Racked NY]

NYC’s seventh Insomnia Cookies location will be in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

In Williamsburg, a new sneaker company called Greats has raised $1.5 million in investment capital. [Crain’s NY]

Jonathan Rosen’s “I Want” exhibition at Wallplay on the Lower East Side now includes a coffee counter brewing Intelligencia. [Bowery Boogie].

The Bean‘s Williamsburg coffee shop opens next week. [Eater NY]

Here are the details of the seven-story, mixed-use development opening at 1133 Manhattan Avenue in Greenpoint this fall. [Buzz Buzz Home]

Police are trying to find the man in this blurry picture, who allegedly groped a woman on the L train at Bedford Avenue. [DNA Info]

A look inside a ground-floor, $2.5 million apartment on Bowery. That taxidermied polar bear has to be fake. [Brownstoner]

Tickets are $40 to attend the Taiwanese Night Market in Williamsburg next Friday night. [Free Williamsburg]

In Bushwick, a $2 million house was on the market for just $400,000 in in November. [Brownstoner]

According to the managing editor of the Farmer’s Almanac, New Yorkers should expect “an oppressively hot and humid summer.” Lovely. [NY Post]