Near the corner of Graham Avenue and Ten Eyck Street yesterday afternoon, a driver was critically hurt after suffering a seizure and hitting a B57 bus with his SUV. Three others also sustained injuries. [DNA Info]

Yesterday, the members of three local couples—including a landlord with properties in Williamsburg and Bushwick, Shlomo Kubitshuk—were arrested for allegedly cheating the government out of $1.3 million in benefits since 2001. [DNA Info]

The site where Pommes Frites stood prior to the Spring 2015 gas explosion, 123 Second Avenue, was reportedly purchased for $6 million. [The Real Deal]

A mixed-use building with 50 residences will rise at 644 E. 14th Street in Alphabet City. [EV Grieve]

In what is sure to be a contentious assertion, a real estate publication just hailed the Bronx as the next Bushwick. [Crain’s NY]

Pete Wells awarded one star to Sauvage, the four-month-old Lorimer Street restaurant from veterans of Maison Premiere. [NYT]

From now until October 31, artists of all kinds are invited to apply for six months of free studio space at the Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, a prize that comes with a $2,500 stipend. [Bushwick Daily]

Boilermaker in the East Village and Midnights in Williamsburg made this round-up of toothsome late-night eats (for their s’more pancakes and animal-style French fries, respectively). [Grub Street]