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Chuen Lau confessed to stabbing and killing his sister in their Eldridge Street apartment Saturday. [NY Daily News]

New Warsaw Bakery in Greenpoint plans to sell its Lorimer Street building and resume production in another facility. [Voices of NY]

Here’s a round-up of NYC’s 38 Best Indie Boutiques, including Pas de Deux and Cloak & Dagger in the East Village, Oak and Babel Fair in Noho, Pixie Market and Blessed Peacemakers on the Lower East Side, In God We Trust and Violet Pepper in Greenpoint, and Jumelle and Catbird in Williamsburg. [Racked NY]

Look inside the city’s first Dairy Queen, occupying a two-story space in Union Square and opening soon. [Eater NY]

Russ & Daughters Cafe co-owners Niki Russ Federman and Josh Russ participated in a Q&A about their family’s century-long impact on the LES foodscape. [Eater NY]

Gloss over the menu and find out everything you could ever want to know about Morganstern’s Finest Ice Cream on the Lower East Side, opening Friday on Rivington Street. [Grub Street]

The schedule for this weekend’s three-day Loisaida Festival is now available online. [The Loisaida Festival]

Apartments at 55 Third Avenue—the mixed-use building that also houses The Smith and M2M convenience store—will start renting next month for between $3,500 and $10,000 per month. [The Real Deal]

RIP Roberta’s summer Tiki Disco, which will not be coming to Bushwick this summer. [Brokelyn]

Beginning this Sunday and continuing all summer, Extra Fancy will host a weekly fish fry. [Eater NY]

Because we could all benefit from a few lease-renewing tips, here are four. [Brick Underground]

Canadian singer Kiesza’s music video for “Hideaway” features some seriously complicated, single-take dance choreography shot on N. 12th Street in Williamsburg. [Greenpointers]

Tonight from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. in Bushwick, Silent Barn will host 100% Robot Party: The Robot Party to End All Robot Parties, featuring readings of “robot erotica,” a live performance of Robocop, and a Robot Head Making Station. Cost to attend: $10. [Brokelyn]