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In the past two months, 80 cases of a diarrhea-inducing infection caused by Shingella bacterium have been reported in Williamsburg and Borough Park, mostly among children. [CBS NY]

Police are looking for this man, who allegedly stole $1K+ of a fellow diner’s pricy fashion accessories from the Greenpoint restaurant Anella two weeks ago. [DNA Info]

As part of The Public Theater’s Under the Radar festival, tonight between 7 and 9 p.m. anyone can stare at Reggie Watts for five minutes as he channels Maria Abramović. [The Skint]

Although Pies ‘n’ Thighs opens Monday on the Lower East Side, activists are already plotting to block the renewal of the Williasmburg location’s liquor license in 2017. [Gothamist]

North Brooklyn bi-weekly music newsletter Showpaper has ceased print production after eight years. [Brooklyn Paper]

Springsteen tribute band Bruce in the USA headlines at Brooklyn Bowl for the next two nights ($10). [The Skint]

The development site at 191-213 Moore Street in Williamsburg was purchased last month for $28+ million cash. [Massey Knakel Reel]

Venetian eatery All’onda added ramen to its downstairs brunch/lunch menu on E. 13th Street; the Music Hall of Williamsburg will host a Lunar New Year benefit on February 21 to raise funds for Apex for Youth, catered by Xi’an Famous Foods (tickets are $50). [Eater NY]

Karaoke Boho will shift its Orchard Street address to replace Tammany Hall, which vacated the LES in October. [Bowery Boogie]

Also on Orchard Street, a partially completed, 16-story hotel will be auctioned on February 4, with a starting bid of just over $34 million. [Massey Knakel Reel]