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A 26-year-old man sustained a non-lifethreatening gunshot wound to the stomach from police officers who say he lunged at them with a foot-long kitchen knife last night inside a Bushwick apartment. [Daily News]

Late last month, a 25-year-old woman needed stitches after a 22-year-old woman cut her with a glass during a 3 a.m. sidewalk alternation on Berry Street. [DNA Info]

The former Schlitz Brewery on Evergreen Avenue in Bushwick was purchased for $33.7 million by developers planning an office/retail complex. [Commercial Observer]

Cake Shop‘s owners put out a Facebook plea for investors. [Bowery Boogie]

In Bushwick, The Coffee Shop officially closed three months after its owner posted anti-Semetic comments on social media. New management will takeover in the spring.  [DNA Info]

East Village grocery store Open Pantry will shutter in the coming weeks after 45 years in business. [EV Grieve]

On Avenue C, Sliders Bar & Grill closed last month, one year after opening. Next up for the space is Oyster City, a 10-table endeavor from a Locanda Verde vet. [EV Grieve]

Les Jardins de la Duchesse, an eclair-only bakery, lasted mere days on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Eight years after music venue Sin-é shuttered, its Attorney Street lot will be converted into condos. [Bowery Boogie]

Twin comedians will write and star in a live-action, autobiographical comedy series for Fox called A Better Bushwick. [Deadline]

See plans for ABC No Rios eco-friendly redesign, set to commence later this year. [Bushwick Bomb]

Builders got pretty creative with this two-family Williamsburg home, built on a teeny tiny lot. [Newtown Pentacle]

Tonight at 7 p.m., party with Electric Literature at The Counting Room in honor of their new weekly online magazine, Okey-Panky (RSVP here). And Monday at 7 p.m., Booklyn Artist Alliance will host a free drawing workshop featuring a naked subject. [Greenpointers]