Os Gemeos 2009 Bowery Wall: Selfie

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In Greenpoint, 17 iPads and two laptops were included in a loot of $17,800 in goods taken from from the set of the CBS series Madam Secretary Friday afternoon around 1 p.m. [NY Post]

Police say this man (who claimed to have a gun) stole $1,080 Saturday afternoon from the Chase Bank that replaced the East Village’s 2nd Avenue Deli. [Gothamist]

Community Board 1 recommended the denial of a liquor license for Williamsburg’s future second Starbucks location. [The Brooklyn Paper]

According to a report written by state comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, 417 of NYC’s 468 subway stations should seek structural repairs. [Crain’s NY]

Three apartment buildings occupying 105-115 Greenpoint Avenue were purchased last month for $23.75 million. []

Peek inside Arrogant Swine, the NC-style, whole-hog BBQ eatery opening Wednesday on Morgan Avenue. [Bushwick Daily]

Tiehama Grocery will abandon its Houston Street address by late next month to make way for landlord Ben Shaoul’s latest local undertaking. []

On Orchard Street, B. Tiff jewelry store closed last month, Reed Annex recently went out of business, and Misin Shin Salon‘s space is courting tenants. [Bowery Boogie]

A new rendering illustrates the six-story, 23-unit, mixed-use space set to rise at 95 S. 5th Street in Williamsburg. [NY YIMBY]

Here’s a slideshow of Orthodox Jews in Williamsburg preparing for this week’s Festival of Sukkot, which begins Wednesday. [Gothamist]

El Bulli vets Dante Liporace and Fernando Navas will cook a five-course, $69/person Argentine dinner this Saturday, October 11 at Stanton Street’s Balvanera restaurant. And on October 17, The Meat Hook will host a dinner in Williamsburg at Humboldt & Jackson with unlimited steak and beer for $95/person. [Eater NY]

Read a history of the former P.S. 64 building at 710 E. 9th Street, site of a recent rally against a proposed dorm. [Off the Grid]

Check out the graffiti and body painting going on at Where, a “think tank”/”ego laboratory”/”art box” started by two trusting Bushwick artists. [The New Yorker]

An installation of a little boy’s bedroom debuted Saturday on Rivington Street, part of Justin Bettman and Gözde Eker’s #setinthestreet project. [Gothamist]

Comedian and East Village resident Judah Friedlander laments the neighborhood’s current “corporate vibe” and “dumb party vibe.” [Gothamist]

Meet 12 hospitality industry employees, most of whom work in either Bushwick, Williamsburg, or on the Lower East Side. [Refinery 29]

This map gives a rough outline of where 243 different celebrities reside in NYC. [Curbed NY]