A cyclist, 33, was rushed to the hospital Saturday afternoon with life-threatening injuries after he was doored on Graham Avenue in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

Surveillance video from August 18 shows the two men who allegedly broke into a safe at Lucky Real Estate on Orchard Street, where they swiped a bracelet and $20K in cash. [NY Daily News]

Meanwhile, Orchard Street’s Lisa Cooley Gallery shuttered Friday after an eight-year run. [Art News]

Con Ed shut down the West Village sibling of Avenue A’s Westville back in July after a new gas line was installed sans permit. [Eater NY]

Third Avenue’s New York Central Art Supply, which opened in 1905, will close for good at the end of the week. [EV Grieve]

Davey’s Ice Cream, which has locations in the East Village and Williamsburg, will open a third outpost on Meserole Avenue in Greenpoint. [The Real Deal]

In the East Village, both Tarallucci e Vino and Ribalta Pizza are donating part of the proceeds from plates of Amatriciana pasta to the Italian Red Cross following last week’s earthquake in Central Italy, which killed nearly 300 people. [Gothamist]

Tour the penthouse triplex at 62 Cooper Square, currently on the market for $29.5 million. [Luxury Listings]