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Saturday morning in Greenpoint, a 51-year-old man was found dead in an empty lot on Manhattan Avenue near India Street. Police said his body indicated no signs of trauma. [NY Daily News]

A man was shot inside of a vehicle outside of an East Third Street housing development. [CBS Local

During his arraignment Friday, Kelsey Smith, 20, was charged with murdering his three-year-old stepdaughter last month in a Bushwick homeless shelter. In February 2015 he’ll return to court. [Gothamist]

Fourteen members of the “Outlaws” arm of the Latin Kings gang—long active in and around Bushwick—have been arrested. [The Brooklyn Paper]

A serial MacBook burglar has carried out at least 15 separate thefts in the Williamsburg area since September, according to cops. [Gothamist]

Lucky Cheng’s hit a dealbreaking snag while trying to negotiate a lease on Ludlow Street. [DNA Info]

Printhouse Lofts, the new 36-unit Williamsburg apartment building at 139 N.10th Street, was purchased by a real estate investment company for $30.5 million, nearly twice as much as the site sold for in 2013. []

Learn the latest on the 23-story housing development planned for the former Greenwich Village plot occupied by of Bowlmor Lanes. [GVSHP]

In the East Village, a nine-story, seven-unit apartment building will replace the the current three-story structure at 118 E.1st Street. [NY YIMBY]

Bedford Avenue menswear shop ID New York debuted a second location at the intersection of N.5th Street and Berry St. [Brownstoner]

The city’s largest indie wedding extravaganza, Toasted, takes place Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. at the site of the Brooklyn Night Bazaar (advance  tickets are $8). And the Norwegian company OnePiece—purveyor of adult-sized onesies—opened a season-long pop-up shop at 557 Broadway.  [Racked NY]

Tomorrow night in Williamsburg, OddFellows ice cream wizard Sam Mason will man the grill at Good Co.‘s final Blow Out BBQ of the season (entry is $10/person). [Eater NY]

Tour five East Village apartments on the market for between approximately $1 million and $5.5 million. [Curbed NY]

Read a profile on the New York City Troll Museum‘s fascinating curator, Rev. Jen Miller, who just published a memoir called Elf Girl. [NYU Local]