The company that owns the garbage truck that recently killed cyclist Neftaly Ramirez in a hit-and-run, Action Carting, has reportedly been responsible for a dozen injuries and four additional pedestrian deaths since 2008. [DNA Info]

Boss Tweed’s Saloon, the Essex Street bar where in July an unconscious woman was locked overnight, was deemed to have 40 police violations and seized last week. [Bowery Boogie]

Bushwick’s The Living Gallery will celebrate the opening of its Lower East Side sibling with festivities next Sunday. [Bushwick Daily]

Chef clothing brand Tilt replaced Marinaro Gallery in a second-floor Grand Street showroom. [Bowery Boogie]

Legal documents revealed that before Mission Cantina shuttered in December and became the subject of a lawsuit, chef/owner Danny Bowien almost repurposed the Orchard Street restaurant as Mission Vietnamese. [Eater NY]

In the new condo building at 75 First Avenue, units are priced between $995K and $2.25 million. [Curbed NY]

Read a Q&A with Jessica Morelli, who operates her Palermo Body small-batch skincare line from Williamsburg. [Greenpointers]

Meet the senior citizens who’ve benefited from the Third Street Music School Settlement’s lessons and performance opportunities for people of a certain age. [NY Daily News]