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A 32-year-old man who mistakenly turned into oncoming traffic flipped his car while attempting to correct the mistake yesterday morning. He is in “grave” condition at Woodhull Hospital. [NY Daily News]

Michael Alig — the club kid and convicted murderer played by Macaulay Culkin in the 2003 film Party Monster — might be getting out of jail next month. [Gothamist]

J. Crew is said to be closing a deal for a space on Wythe, and Apple is looking in Williamsburg, too. [Crain’s NY]

Status updates on 30 of the city’s most buzzworthy restaurants openings, including five on the Lower East Side (Bacchanal, Dirty French, Ivan Ramen, Russ & Daughters Cafe, Tijuana Picnic), four in Williamsburg (Arrogant Swine, The Gorbals, Meat Hook Sandwich, Okonomi), three in Noho (Black Seed, Cherche Midi, Ramen Lab), one in Greenpoint (Littleneck Outpost), and one on a boat! ⚓[Eater NY]

Next time you hit up your local taqueria, see how they’re coping with the national lime shortage. [Fork in the Road]

A cabdriver in Greenpoint was held up at gunpoint by a passenger. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Two former Catholic churches in Greenpoint are being converted into apartment buildings. [Brooklyn Eagle]

Sushi & Noodles opened in Bushwick. Guess what they serve?! [Bushwick Daily]

Yesterday afternoon Bushwick police looked into a “suspicious package” at the Myrtle/Wyckoff subway stop. [Gothamist]

A Karl Fischer building on the site of the old Meeker Flea is almost up to its full seven stories. [Brownstoner]

The Northside Festival got some lineup additions: Northside Festival lineup additions (The War on Drugs, Beirut, Perfect Pussy, Pharmakon, Eleanor Friedberger, Talib and more. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Here’s your guide to Record Sore Day at Kim’s, Other Music, Rough Trade and others. [Brooklyn Vegan]

The Incubator Arts Company won’t be renewing its lease at St. Mark’s Church, in part because of “the difficulty of raising money and generating revenue.” [NY Times]

One couple’s search for an East Village rental, and how it ended at Red Square. [NY Times]

Here’s a first look at the food at Huertas, the Basque pintxos place we told you about earlier this month. [Grub Street]

The Lower East Side and Chinatown have the highest number of bike commuters. [NY Post]

Brooklyn taco joint Cochinitos is opening a Canal Street outpost. [The Lo-Down]

More details about Sean MacPherson’s Ludlow Hotel, opening this Summer. [The Lo-Down]