Keith Haring at 51 Astor Place

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Ruth Maceria, 48, was found stabbed to death in her Bushwick apartment on Grove Street Saturday morning. Yesterday police took a person of interest into custody. [NY Daily News]

The NYPD Internal Affairs Bureau is investigating last week’s arrest of two teenagers on East Broadway, where a plainclothes police officer allegedly pulled punches. [NY Post]

Police indicted Fiore “Philly” Caruso, 59, for unknowingly selling officers six guns (plus ammo) for $13K outside an East Village Starbucks last month. [NY Post]

As of Friday, Mission Chinese Food is back in business on the Lower East Side. [Grub Street]

Sportswear shop Scumbags & Superstars, located in Bushwick, is facing criticism for their logo—a skull in a Native American headdress. [Hyperallergic]

A 41-story, 510-unit apartment building dubbed 1N4th is now seeking tenants in Willamsburg. [NY Times]

Last week the City Council unanimously passed a measure to increase regulation of adult day care centers for the elderly in Chinatown as well as the Lower East Side. [The Lo-Down]

Chef Marco Canora will revamp Terrior, an East Village wine bar he owned with former business partner Paul Greico, into a new concept with a new name after January 31. [Eater NY]

See the Jenga-esque rendering of a 12-story office building planned for 87 Wythe Avenue. [The Real Deal]

Charter school Success Academy will receive fifth grade classroom space for 80 students at JHS 50, a public Williamsburg junior high. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Mattress store Sleepy’s will soon replace Jennifer Convertibles sofa emporium on Third Avenue in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

Thai chain eatery Spice permanently shut down its Greenwich Village outpost on 4th Avenue near 10th Street. [EV Grieve]

Lower East Side boutique Spiritual America shuttered last week. [Bowery Boogie]

Five units of affordable housing are taking applications in Bushwick. Located at 25 Woodbine Street and 1238 Decatur Street, the apartments are priced between $918 and $1,034/month. [Brownstoner]

A woman who spent a generation paying $700 a month for her rent-stabilized Bedford Avenue apartment—which has recently fetched $2,900 a month from a new tenant—won a court battle and was able to return to her former home at its previous price. [NY Times]

The Williamsburg Bridge turned 111 this past weekend. [Gothamist]

Tomorrow, Williamsburg soul food restaurant Traif will debut a Jewish/Chinese Christmas menu, available every day this week except December 25. [Gothamist]

Read a Q&A with LES jewelry designer Anna Sheffield. [Racked NY]