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The Village Voice Forgoes Print; Slipper Room Benefit for Charlottesville

Village Voice owner Michael Barbey announced yesterday that the 62-year-old paper’s free, weekly print edition will cease publication, but the website will continue. [Variety]

Musicians and comedians raised money for victims of the Charlottesville terrorism attack last night at The Slipper Room. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Bond Street tool and die shop Etna shuttered after serving customers for 71 years. [Gothamist] More →

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Greenpoint Stabbing Suspect Named; Parm is Coming to Barclay’s Center

Police are looking for Bushwick Houses resident Gary Correa, 19, who they believe fatally stabbed actor/playwright George Carroll on Friday night in Greenpoint. [DNA Info] More than $18K has already been raised for Carroll’s wife, Christina, via GoFundMe. [NY Post]

Summer high school interns from Hell’s Kitchen and Williamsburg located a dozen previously forgotten “colored” graves (circa 1858) in Green-Wood Cemetery. [DNA Info]

Brooklyn for Bernie Sanders and Black Lives Matter of Greater New York were two sponsors of an anti-Nazi rally that took place near McGolrick Park on Friday. [Greenpointers] More →

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Deadly Stabbing in Greenpoint; EV Woman Allegedly Raped by Her Uber Driver

While walking with his wife Friday night, Greenpoint resident George Carroll was fatally stabbed on Monitor Street by a stranger. No arrests have been made. [NY Post]

Police say a sleeping East Village woman in an Uber was taken to the driver’s Queens apartment and raped early Thursday. Later the victim was examined at Bellevue Hospital, and police now have a suspect. [Gothamist]

East Village DJ Darren Keen was arrested, charged with criminal mischief and released from custody Friday evening after breaking an E. 8th Street apartment window draped in the Confederate flag. [DNA Info] More →

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Confederate Flags Draw Ire in EV; Bushwick Lot Sells for $23 Million

Police guarded E. 8th Street and Avenue D on Wednesday, where a man had thrown rocks at apartment windows festooned with Confederate flags. [DNA Info]

A Williamsburg real estate firm paid $23.4 million for the empty Bushwick lot at 115 Stanwix Street, where a 136-unit building will rise. [The Real Deal]

Take a final look inside Schiller’s Liquor Bar, which ended its 14-year Lower East Side run Sunday. [Bowery Boogie] More →

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New Wythe Avenue Tower; Cup & Saucer Mulls Return

On Wythe Avenue, a proposed 19-story building that would dwarf most of Williamsburg secured a $35.5 million financing package. [The Real Deal]

This past Monday on a Greenpoint sidewalk, a local resident spotted a business card for a Milwaukee-based, neo-Nazi hate group. [Bklyner]

Emma Stone and Jonah Hill recently filmed part of their new movie, Maniac, inside the Canal Street storefront that, until July, housed generations-old Cup & Saucer. The diner’s co-owner, John Vasilopoulos, is said to be garnering for a lease to reopen the restaurant on Grand Street. [Bowery Boogie] More →

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Brace for a Lengthy Webster Hall Closure; Beer Yoga Destinations

Although the driver who killed Neftaly Ramirez in a Greenpoint hit-and-run last month will not be charged, the case will remain open for the foreseeable future, per police. [Brooklyn Paper]

While undergoing it’s just-begun renovations and a change of management, Webster Hall will reportedly be closed for at least two years. [Billboard]

After three years on E. 11th Street, coffee and clothing shop Fair Folks & a Goat will shutter August 31. [EV Grieve] More →

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Alleged Meatball Shop Robber Arrested; EV Massage Parlor Shuttered for Prostitution

Police arrested Brownsville resident Tony Thomas on Friday in connection with last week’s robbery of The Meatball Shop in Williamsburg. [NY Post]

Nie’s Service Center—an East Village massage parlor located next to a school—was shutdown after employees attempted to prostitute themselves to undercover police officers this spring. [DNA Info]

A liquor license was granted to Trionas’s, an Irish bar set to open its third NYC location in the former Croxley Ales space on Avenue B. [EV Grieve] More →

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No Charges Expected in Greenpoint Hit-and-Run; Grand Street Ferry Dock Proposed

The garbage truck driver who killed cyclist and Paulie Gee’s employee Neftaly Ramirez, 27, in a hit-and-run last month reportedly won’t face charges from Brooklyn’s District Attorney. [DNA Info]

Per newly-submitted paperwork, Corlears Hook Park on the Lower East Side is the site of a proposed ferry dock that could be built by Summer 2018 to shuttle passengers. [Curbed NY]

Two of the NYC neighborhoods with the greatest disparity between average incomes and rents are Williamsburg and the Lower East Side. [Town & Village] More →

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Meatball Shop Looted; Parm Peaces Out of Williamsburg

Around 3 a.m. Wednesday morning, two men—one armed—stole $2K from the Bedford Avenue location of The Meatball Shop, forcing an employee into a walk-in freezer. [NY Post]

Parm has closed its Williamsburg location of three-and-a-half years, setting its sights on Downtown Brooklyn instead. [Eater NY]

A real estate investment firm is attempting to unload six Wooster Street condos for $105 million. [The Real Deal] More →