Sunday night, an intruder repeatedly stabbed a woman in her home on Avenue B, and took $500. The 31-year-old victim’s injuries are not life-threatening, and the suspect has evaded capture.
[NY Post]

On the Lower East Side, the construction on Pier 35 is now not expected to concluded until Fall 2018. [Bowery Boogie]

The forthcoming Bushwick development on the onetime Rheingold Brewery site will now contain 88 less units of affordable housing than previously projected. [DNA Info]

The CitiBike hub at the corner of Rutgers Street and Broadway has been removed for an estimated two to three weeks, according to the Department of Transportation.
[Bowery Boogie]

Comfort food spot Minnie’s on Clinton debuts today. [Bowery Boogie]

Hannah Bae, who launched her business at the Hester Street Fair in 2016, is one of three female, Brooklyn-based ice-cream makers featured in an article teasing Brooklyn Eats.

Several Greenpoint businesses will partner Thursday night for a free-to-entire, Moonlight Mile-hosted fundraiser for the HPV and Anal Cancer Foundation. [Greenpointers]

One week from today, Macy’s will launch its Independence Day fireworks from Greenpoint rather than near the Brooklyn Bridge. [Brooklyn Paper]

Pete’s Candy Store in Williamsburg will host its seventh annual mini zine fest next Saturday.