According to an NYPD spokesman, Kelly Hurley—the cyclist who last week was hit by a box truck on First Avenue—was taken off life support yesterday. She was 31. [DNA Info]

Rapper Freeman “JU” Durden was slashed across the face early last Wednesday by five men outside of the First Avenue hookah bar Karma, where he’d just performed. On the way to Bellevue Hospital, where Freeman eventually received 30 facial staples, Durden was forced out of his Uber ride for excessive bleeding. [DNA Info]

The 18-bed Bea Arthur Residence on E. 13th Street will begin taking in homeless LGBT young people this summer. [DNA Info]

Two-week-old Greenpoint restaurant Norman was recently shutdown by the health department and will reopen following structural updates. [Eater NY]

French-Canadian eatery The Gentry is now serving up poutine on Manhattan Avenue. [Greenpointers]

Pieology, a California pizza chain, will open Gotham outposts in Greenwich Village and Williamsburg before summer starts. [The Real Deal]

Eyebrow specialist SiKa Threading Salon has doubled its North Brooklyn presence, opening a Bushwick sister shop to its Greenpoint predecessor. [Bushwick Daily]

Friends star and East Village resident David Schwimmer, who announced his separation from his wife last week, reportedly toured a $3.3 million apartment on E. First Street. [NY Post]