A woman was shot by a stray bullet while walking on a Bushwick street. [NBC NY]

A lottery has started for Essex Crossing’s 100 affordable apartments, starting at a little over $500 a month.

The first 100 units of Extell’s controversial Lower East Side tower have sold. [The Real Deal]

A man has robbed four women after following them into their LES and Chinatown apartment buildings. [DNAinfo]

An Argentina-born gallerist who says he was living in the US legally had to miss an opening at his own gallery after being denied reentry into the country. [Art F City]

Fredrik Berselius, chef of Michelin-starred Aska, has opened his newest one in Greenpoint. [WSJ]

The team behind acclaimed LES cocktail bar Attaboy is expanding to Brooklyn with Diamond Reef. [Eater]

The Brooklyn outpost of Katz’s is about to open. [NBC NY]

Cafe Erzulie is bringing Haitian-inspired coffee and food to Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

LES newcomer Bing Kitchen is closing with plans to relocate. [Bowery Boogie]

A look at the startup that rents “fascinating” homes by the hour. [DNAinfo]

The Mondo NYC festival, started by some CMJ founders, returns for a second year. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Former Soul Coughing frontman Mike Doughty, who now lives in Memphis, returns to NYC for a new video shot by Uncle Meg and a show at Music Hall of Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Paper]