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Due to an upcoming apartment conversion, 100-plus students at Bushwick United Early Learning must find a new school by December 20. []

Karaoke Boho‘s future seems uncertain on the Lower East Side—Ben Shaoul submitted paperwork to build a 10-story residential complex at 198 Orchard Street. [The Real Deal]

Grocery store Gracefully will imminently close its Avenue A location to make room for a New York Sports Club. [EV Grieve]

In the East Village, zPizza went out of business after 17 months on First Avenue. [EV Grieve]

The temporary closing of Lachlan gastropub in Williamsburg turned out to be permanent. [Eater NY]

A Swedish tech start-up company, Tictail, opened a seasonal pop-up at Earnest Sewn’s former Orchard Street address. [Bowery Boogie]

Curious about those weekly “air raid” sirens that sound in Williamsburg each Friday? [Gothamist]

Before it shutters later this year, on December 6 Glasslands will host a “death of Williamsburg” dance party. [DNA Info]