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Yesterday a police officer shot a German Shepherd in the leg after the canine got aggressive while its owner was being interviewed in Bushwick about an unpaid cab fare. The dog is receiving medical care and is expected to survive. [NY Daily News]

Cops arrested three men on drug charges early Saturday evening outside the McDonald’s in Union Square. [Town & Village Blog]

Cayuga Capital now owns pretty much an entire block of Wythe Avenue real estate in Williamsburg,  picking up 85 Wythe Avenue for $14.5 million. Previously the film purchased Vice Media‘s soon-to-be-former HQ on neighboring N. 10th Street. [Crain’s NY]

Between the summers of 2012 and 2014, daily Union Square foot traffic rose 11 percent, according to a Union Square Partnership report. [Real Estate Weekly]

Per paperwork filed with Community Board 3, at 74 Orchard Street a new venture from the owner of Shervin’s Cafe (on E. 7th Street) may replace Nassau-themed bar Norman’s Cay. []

Empanada Mama will reportedly open another Lower East Side location at 95 Allen Street. [The Lo-Down]

On St. Mark’s Place, 2 Bros. Pizza seems to have shuttered. [EV Grieve]

Bjork toured Bushwick Wednesday night. [Bushwick Daily]

Tour singer/songwriter Vanessa Carlton‘s Noho apartment at 182 Lafayette Street, available to rent for $17,500 per month. [Curbed NY]

Tonight at 6 p.m., the cast of Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul will promote their new series with a panel at the Apple Store in Soho (free, RSVP required).  [The Skint]

This Monday, The Meatball Shop‘s Lower East Side location (84 Stanton Street) will serve $5 dinners in celebration of its fifth anniversary. [Gothamist]

Bushwick BBQ haven Arrogant Swine will serve up 12 varieties of links at its February 28 sausage fest (tickets are $40 to $45). [Eater NY]

See what it’s like to walk in East Village restaurateur Frank Prisinzano’s footsteps for a day. [Eater NY]

A new round-up of the city’s best lingere shops features Azaleas in the East Village, Bradelis in Noho, and Brooklyn Fox in Williamsburg. [Refinery 29]

And North Brooklyn got lots of love in this assemblage of the NYC’s top salons. [Gothamist]