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Houston Street Theater Sold; Ovenly to Expand to Williamsburg

Jon P. Waulters, a 50-year-old Bushwick resident, was arrested Wednesday after attempting five Gotham bank robberies this week. [Bushwick Daily]

Landmark Sunshine Cinema was purchased for $31.5 million and will shutter in January, clearing the way for a retail and office development. [NY Post]

Paperwork was submitted for an 11-story, 104-room hotel planned for Bedford Avenue between S. 4th and 5th Streets. [The Real Deal] More →

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Riot Grrrl Molly Neuman Loves Ovenly’s ‘Unique Spices’ and Mellow Vibe

Coming this May, “Meet the Regulars: People of Brooklyn and the Places They Love” is Joshua D. Fischer’s debut book, and the first to come from Bedford + Bowery. Here’s a new installment of the series.

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

(Photo: Nicole Disser)

Molly Neuman, former drummer for legendary lady-punk outfits like Bratmobile, has been connected to the heavenly bakery Ovenly since before it even began. A decade ago, she was in a supper club with future Ovenly co-owner Agatha Kulaga. Back then, Agatha talked of plans to create baked goods shop that would artfully blend sweet with savory. Eventually, she and her partner Erin Patinkin opened a place that was “inspired by the Eastern European flavors of their youths,” and Ovenly cookies and scones began appearing in cafes like Little Zelda, where Molly lives in Crown Heights.

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Ovenly’s Owners On Their New Williamsburg Bakery and Creating an ‘Empathetic Economy’ With Cookies

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Bakery masters and all-around decent human beings Erin Patinkin and Agatha Kulaga take another step forward today in their quest to spread delicious treats and boundless joy to all corners of New York City with the opening of their fourth Ovenly bakeshop, a cute little sliver of a spot in Williamsburg on North 5th near Kent.

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Van Leeuwen Opens a Pop-Up Scoop Shop in Williamsburg

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(Photo: Van Leeuwen)

Van Leeuwen has long been parking one of its six trucks on Bedford Avenue, but now South Williamsburgers won’t have to cross the Mason-Dixon line Grand Street for those vegan and all-natural scoops. The shop, which already has brick-and-mortar locations in the East Village, Boerum Hill and Greenpoint (where its production facility is also located), just set up a summer pop-up at 254 South 2nd Street.
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Gang Assault on Williamsburg Bridge; Manhattan Apartments Average $2.2M

Per the New York Supreme Court, the family of former Stuyvesant Town resident Mark Chanko—who was hit by a garbage truck and killed in 2011 while filming a scene for the reality series NY Med—may not obtain unlimited access to the footage. [Town & Village]

Yesterday morning, a 62-year-old man sustained serious head injuries after he was hit by an Escalade at the intersection of Allen and Grand Streets. [DNA Info]

A Lower East Side-bound deliveryman was attacked on December 10 by five punching men on the Williamsburg Bridge, who robbed him of $60, his bicycle, and the $105 food order he was dropping off. [DNA Info] More →

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New Essex Crossing Renderings; Converted Synagogue Going For $30K

Check out new renderings of the Market Line, the eventual site of the Essex Street Market in the Essex Crossing development on the Lower East Side. [Curbed NY]

An eighth grade teacher at Evergreen Middle School for Urban Exploration launched a $4K crowdfunding campaign to buy computers for her students. [Bushwick Daily]

On E. 8th Street, a synagogue converted into a four-story townhouse is currently on the market for $30K/month. [Curbed NY] More →

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Developer Pays $53M For Bushwick Properties; Ludlow Street’s Facelift

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According to paperwork filed yesterday, developer Simon Dushinsky spent $53 million for 12 residential properties along Bushwick Avenue between Montieth and Forrest Streets. [The Real Deal]

Noho sneaker purveyor Kith will debut a 3K-square-foot expansion this weekend on the corner of Broadway and Bleecker Street. [WWD]

When Gansevoort Market opens Monday near the start of the High Line, the food haven will include sister sites of the East Village’s Sushi Dojo, Lower East Side’s Bruffin Cafe, and Greenpoint’s Champion Coffee. [Eater NY]
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Bodega Brawl in Greenpoint; Snowden Statue Comes to Williamsburg

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At 4 a.m. on April 30, a man punched and threw a glass bottle at a bodega employee at his Nassau Avenue store. [Brooklyn Paper]

An Edward Snowden statue confiscated by police last month in Fort Greene is now bound for the Boiler gallery in Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Paper]

Mixtape, a coffee shop serving Ovenly snacks and Oslo beans, opened last month at 1533 Myrtle Avenue. [Bushwick Daily]

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Landlord Blames Con Ed For Explosion; Zachary Quinto Buys On Great Jones

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In her first public statement since the East Village explosion, landlord Maria Hrynenko’s lawyer says, “I think Con Ed is really culpable here for not shutting off the gas. They could have shut off the main valve.” [NY Times]

Greenpoint art dealer Nayef Homsi is expected to be arrested soon for allegedly selling $500K worth of stolen Indian and Nepali art in deals that occurred between Summer 2012 and Spring 2013. [DNA Info]

Sibling chefs Eli and Max Sussman, formerly of Mile End, are planning a new restaurant bound for the Lower East Side. [Food Republic]

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Alleged East Village Rapist Pleads Not Guilty; Cabin in a Bushwick Loft

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The hunt for Philip Seymour Hoffman’s drug dealers led cops to a Mott Street apartment where they busted four people after finding a “mother lode” of heroin, per the . According to an online heroin review site cited by Brooklyn Paper, Ace of Spades — the dealer of which police are still searching for — could be found on the streets of Williamsburg as recently as last month.

A San Loco employee who’s accused of raping a woman in her East Village apartment says she gave him permission to follow her home and the sex was consensual. [NY Post]

More about House of Yes’s plans to reopen — with a full-fledged bar and restaurant. [Bushwick Daily]
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