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Greenpoint crime news: Police say a 29-year-old was assaulted and robbed by a group of assailants on September 8 at 2:30 a.m.; a robber who held up a Kingsland Avenue at gunpoint made off with $200 late Thursday afternoon. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Williamsburg crime news: A 16-year-old girl was punched in the eye by three brass knuckle-weilding peers Thursday at 3:30 p.m.; four 20-and-30-something men were stabbed Sunday morning at 4:30 a.m. while exiting a bar at Keap Street and Broadway. [The Brooklyn Paper]

A reported deal could see the sales of 103-119 N.3rd Street and 188-190 Berry Street in Williamsburg for a combined $100 million. [The Real Deal]

The Strand bookstore was evacuated yesterday after pepper spray apparently went off in a customer’s purse. [CBS Local]

NYPD and the Williamsburg Shomrim have been notified of fake Uber fliers printed with swastikas that are being circulated. [JC Updates]

Check out the first interior renderings for the hotel-in-progress at 215 Chrystie Street on the Lower East Side. [Curbed NY]

Virtually tour the Friends tribute pop-up cafe Central Perk as it kicks things off today at the corner of Lafayette and Broome Streets. [Gothamist]

Tomorrow night, Permanent Records will shutter in Greenpoint; on October 1 it will reopen at 159 20th Street in South Slope. []

Gawker Media will trade in its Nolita offices for new Flatiron District digs. [NY Observer]

Metropolitan Dental Arts will open in Williamsburg at 380 Union Avenue. [Brownstoner]

After closing 12-year-old Soho studio, Virayoga, this past summer, Elena Brower has returned to the neighborhood with Twisted Trunk Yoga, which opened earlier this month at 580 Broadway. [Well + Good]

Smorgasburg‘s newest vendor is boiled peanut purveyor Little Lowcountry. [Eater NY]

On October 26 from noon to 5 p.m., Silent Barn in Bushwick will host Meow Day 2, a cat adoption extravaganza. [Brokelyn]

Here’s a round-up of the best oyster spots in Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

See 17 of Brooklyn Flea‘s savviest dressing thrift shoppers. [Refinery 29]

Watch a video of fellow Smorgasburgers—the People’s Pops team—practicing their icy craft in their Williamsburg kitchen. [Edible Manhattan]