East Williamsburg DIY venue Shea Stadium has closed its doors for the foreseeable future due to “increasing pressure from the local authorities.” [Gothamist]

The man who was allegedly shot by his neighbor in Greenpoint has died of his wounds. [ABC7]

A 24-year-old got a vicious beatdown on the Lower East Side. [NY Daily News]

For a mere $14,000 a month, you could have a solarium in the East Village. [EV Grieve]

The historic Ukrainian Church in Exile, in Williamsburg, is asking a judge to overturn a landmarking that it says it can’t afford. [NY Post]

The tourist situation at Katz’s has gotten “out of control.” [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

The folks from the Mister Sunday parties are raising money to build an indoor space at their outdoor bar, Nowadays. [Brokelyn]

A large dead snake mysteriously appeared in Maria Hernandez Park. [Bushwick Daily]

Street artist JayShells placed banana signs around town to celebrate the 50th anniversary of The Velvet Underground & Nico. [Bowery Boogie]

Parm’s Williamsburg location still hasn’t reopened, but the owners are aiming for May 1. [Eater]

Developers of a Williamsburg residential building inked a deal to bring a natural food store and bank there. [WSJ]

A burglar snatched $600 in cash from a Bushwick laundromat. [DNAinfo]