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Yesterday around 4 a.m., a woman believed to be in her 70s was struck and killed by a 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee while crossing Canal Street at Elizabeth Street in Soho, according to the NYPD. The driver remained at the scene but has not been arrested. [DNA Info]

Police say four assailants knocked a 28-year-old transgender woman unconscious with a Plexiglas board Sunday night in a possible hate crime on Bushwick Avenue near Halsley Street. She was taken to Elmhurst Hospital in critical condition. [Gay City News]

Just after 3 a.m. Friday morning, a man was assaulted by a group who also robbed him of his cellphone near the corner of Manhattan Avenue and Moore Street. [The Brooklyn Paper]

A burglar who took almost $3K worth of electronics from an woman’s apartment on Roebling Street near Havemeyer Street Friday also neglected to flush after using her toilet. [DNA Info]

Late Sunday afternoon, a napping 26-year-old woman awoke in her Meeker Avenue apartment just in time to see a teenage intruder steal her cellphone. [The Brooklyn Paper]

After picking up 103-119 N.3rd Street and 188-190 Berry Street in February for $99 million, real estate developer Josh Schreiber will reportedly flipped the properties for $106 million. [The Real Deal]

Two years after closing, Restaurant Opportunities Center [ROC]-United reopened Colors—a gluten-free, living-wage-paying eatery on Lafayette Street. [Grub Street]

Not only is chef Alex Stupak opening his new East Village restaurant on Monday (Empellon al Pastor), but also he’ll cook with famed Chicago chef/Mexican cuisine master Rick Bayless on November 13 at Empellon Cocina. Tickets are $175/person. [NY Times]

Bushwick vintage clothing emporium Vice Versa relocated from White Street to Dekalb Avenue, replacing its sister shop, Urban Jungle, who will reopen soon in bigger digs. [Bushwick Daily]

Watch a supercut(filmed from the POV of a cyclist) of biking back and forth across the Brooklyn Bridge in four minutes. [Gothamist]