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Ricardo Aca, the Mexican immigrant now working as a busboy in the Trump Soho hotel who posted a much-seen video criticizing the presidential candidate, spent his teen years in Bushwick. [New York Times]

Plans were submitted for an 180-unit Bushwick residential building at 338 Evergreen Avenue. [The Real Deal]

After the Marshal took possession of Alphabet City’s 10 Degrees Bistro earlier this week, the eatery released a statement saying the owners are renegotiating terms with their landlord. [EV Grieve]

Staten Island developers are predicting that they’ll be able to turn a former warehouse space into something straight outta Williamsburg. [SI Live]

Take a look at the inaugural line-up at National Sawdust, the Williamsburg concert venue opening on October 1. [New York Times]

Scarr’s Pizza soon will replace a Chinese noodle distributer at 22 Orchard Street. [Bowery Boogie]

A restaurant called Industry 1332 recently debuted just outside the Halsey L train stop. [Bushwick Daily]

The New Yorker sampled the fare at The Black Ant on Second Avenue. [TNY]