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Police say a 27-year-old man who was shot inside the salon Finest Nails Inc. on Myrtle Avenue in Bushwick Thursday afternoon died within the hour at Woodhull Hospital. No arrest has been made. [NY Daily News]

As part of Getty Petroleum’s bankruptcy settlement, the chemical-dumping company will fund $16 million of Newtown Creek‘s much-needed cleaning. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Williamsburg bowling alley The Gutter reopened Saturday after being scoured by a biohazard company, a precaution taken after a recent patron—Dr. Craig Spencer—was diagnosed with Ebola last week. [Daily Intelligencer]

A developer submitted paperwork for a six-story, 19-unit apartment building at 387 Bleecker Street in Bushwick. [NY YIMBY]

During the last two weeks of November, Wylie Dufresne will fete his outgoing Lower East Side restaurant, wd~50, with a series of nostalgic ticketed feasts. [Grub Street]

Mott Street boutique Warm is hosting a pop-up shop for Re/Dun jeans through December 15. [Racked NY]

Wednesday at 5 p.m., the former Fillmore East concert hall in the East Village will be commemorated with a new plaque from the Greenwich Village Society for Historical Preservation. [Off the Grid]

Fifty-three years after his FBI-fleeing family left Greenpoint, author Joseph Di Prisco returns to the neighborhood Wednesday at 7 p.m. to present his memoir, Subway to California, at Word bookstore. [The Brooklyn Paper]

On Saturday, 18 speakers will give presentations at the TEDxNew York conference, taking place in the old Williamsburgh Savings Bank building. [DNA Info]

Tour the Greenpoint apartment of Phoebe Sung and Peter Buer, the minds behind leather/home goods/jewelry line Cold Picnic (which has a store in Williamsburg and sells its wares at Space Ninety 8). [Racked NY]

Many local spots made this round-up of 17 top tattoo shops in Brooklyn and Manhattan, including Inkstop Tattoo in the East Village, Invisible NYC on the Lower East Side, and Tattoo Culture in Williamsburg. [Racked NY]

Tickets are $40/person to dine on a three-course meal Wednesday night at St. Mazie Bar & Supper Club while watching the 84-yea-old classic The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. [Gothamist]