Newd Art Show, Bushwick

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Four teenagers were arrested in connection with the Williamsburg murder of 33-year-old Tyrone Woods on April 27. [Brooklyn Paper] Around 12:30 p.m. yesterday, a 48-year-old man was arrested for shooting at his nephew, 44, on Covert Street in Bushwick. There were no injuries. [ABC 7] No one was injured early Wednesday evening when two men fired shots at each other on Menahan Street in Bushwick. [Brooklyn Paper]
The collapse of Greenpoint’s East River pier in Feb. 2014 was the result of faulty welding, according to a recently-released report. [Brooklyn Paper] A six-story, 30-unit apartment building will rise at 321 E. 3rd Street in the East Village. [EV Grieve] On Cherry Street, the Mandarin-language after-school program at P.S. 184M will not return this fall due to financial hardships. [DNA Info] The Times published a slideshow of photos from Metropolitan Avenue’s Eclectic Collectibles and Antiques. [NYT] SRO, a “pizza speakeasy” hidden inside Gia Trattoria on Bowery, was visited by a TV news crew. [Fox NY] Tonight at Cantor Film Center in Greenwich Village, 15 sets of local filmmakers will screen their entries to The 48 Hour Film Project (8 p.m., tickets are $10 each). And at 8:30 p.m., the French film Pépé le Moko will be projected in Washington Square Park (with English subtitles). [The Skint]