(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Sadie Silver—a public school principal living in Bushwick—was arrested and fired after police allegedly caught she and her partner, Michael Acosta, bringing heroin and prescription drugs into an maximum security prison in upstate New York. [NY Daily News]

J.Crew confirmed that it will open a Williamsburg outpost at 234 Wythe Avenue in mid-September. [T]

From 6 p.m. to 6:54 p.m. tomorrow night, Veselka will charge the prices it did in 1954 (10-cent coffee, 60-cent borscht) in honor of its anniversary. [Grub Street]

Yesterday afternoon a cement trick making a turn in Williamsburg hit a 20-something female bicyclist, crushing her legs. She is recovering from unknown injuries at Bellevue Hospital, where a 60-year-old pedestrian in the neighborhood was also taken after being hit by a Range Rover in a separate incident. [Gothamist]

In a partial vacate order issued against the McKibbin Lofts building in Bushwick, the Department of Buildings wrote, “conditions in this premises are immediately perilous to life.” [Gothamist]

Here are four transportation alternatives for people who depend on the G train, which will not be stopping north of Nassau Avenue this Friday, July 25 through Tuesday, September 2. [DNA Info]

Mads Refslund—co-founder of Restaurant magazine’s “world’s best restaurant,” Noma—is in town from Copenhagen to launch a nine-course vegetarian tasting menu at Noho’s Acme. [Eater NY]

See a rendering of the 13-story condo building planned for 190 South 1st Street in Williamsburg, formerly home to the Porto Rico Importing Company). [NY YIMBY]

In Lower East Side restaurant news, Roman’s Italian Delicatessen opened on Allen Street. [Bowery Boogie]

As did a whiskey bar called Copper & Oak. [Bowery Boogie]

This round-up 15 of the city’s urban farms includes one in Williamsburg (North Brooklyn Farms), one in Greenpoint (Eagle Street Rooftop Farms), and one in Bushwick (Bushwick Campus Farm). [Curbed]

Women’s clothing store Volang has closed after four years on Orchard Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Tomorrow night McCarren Park will show the John Waters movie Cry-Baby during week three of the free SummerScreen series. [Brokelyn]

Miss Lily’s 7A Cafe made jerk chicken ramen a permanent menu item, available every Monday for $15/bowl. [Grub Street]

Mexican food lovers will descend on Rockaway Beach on August 9 for Masafest. [Eater NY]

Hakki Champion Pizza reopened as Melani Pizza on the Lower East Side, following a renovation. The new restaurant is seeking a liquor license. [Bowery Boogie]

One website named Washington Squark Park’s dog run the city’s best. [Curbed NY]

See the snake police carted off from the very same park, at the behest of scared visitors. [NY Daily News]