Today’s News

Mom of three struck by school bus in horrific Brooklyn crash relieved she’s alive to see her kids again The horrific collision sent her to Kings County Hospital emergency room with four broken ribs, a broken collarbone and leg and a swollen, bleeding eye. (The Daily News)

Mom of three struck by school bus in horrific Brooklyn crash relieved she’s alive to see her kids again

Celebrity Photos That Adorned Carnegie Deli’s Walls Left Out on Sidewalk Some Carnegie Deli leftovers were offered to passers-by Wednesday — the framed photos of celebrity diners that used to adorn the walls of the recently-shuttered restaurant. (DNAinfo)

Celebrity Photos That Adorned Carnegie Deli’s Walls Left Out on Sidewalk

‘I’m Going to Smack the S–t Out of You,’ Man Says in Funeral Home Attack An attacker hit an acquaintance in the face during a funeral service on West 14th Street, the NYPD said. (DNAinfo)

Tenants Share Nightmare Videos of Living With Bedbugs and Rats Residents of a building where a gas leak sent 16 tenants to the hospital shared a sickening picture of their living conditions, including a video showing a shower curtain dripping with bed bugs. (DNAinfo)

Man wanted for exposing himself to 7-year-old girl at Queens Dollar Tree The man showed his genitals to the girl at the dollar store on Queens Blvd. near 39th St. in Sunnyside around 12:30 p.m. Monday, officials said. (The Daily News)

20 people stranded on Brooklyn subway elevator Cell phone service and Wi-Fi were lifelines for people stuck in an elevator at a Brooklyn subway station Wednesday afternoon. (The Daily News)

Mayhem

Car-carrier truck fatally hits woman, leaving her body ‘mangled’ on Brooklyn street A car-carrier truck struck and killed a woman as she crossed a Brooklyn street Wednesday night, then drove off, its driver possibly unaware of what happened, police sources said. (The Daily News)

Movie producer found dead surrounded by heroin, cocaine in SoHo apartment Cops called to the scene found cocaine and heroin on the kitchen counter, sources said. The heroin was in little glassine envelopes stamped “Supreme,” sources said. (The Daily News)

Movie producer found dead surrounded by heroin, cocaine in SoHo apartment

Murder in the 4-0: A Bullet Misses Its Mark, and Then Takes a Fatal Detour Maribel Cavero’s death in the South Bronx initially puzzled detectives. But swift evidence-gathering and help from a witness led to the arrest of a man they believe fired a gun nearly two blocks from the victim. (New York Times)

More body parts found at Bronx, New Jersey waste transfer stations The horrific collision sent Ayaz to Kings County Hospital emergency room with four broken ribs, a broken collarbone and leg and a swollen, bleeding eye. (The Daily News)

D.A. ups charges in Staten Island Mall kick caught on video The condition of a 57-year-old man who wound up at the wrong end of a roundhouse kick last week in the Staten Island Mall has worsened, prosecutors said Wednesday. (Staten Island Advance)

Real Estate & Development

Hudson Square: A Manhattan Bargain, and Quiet, Too Through the years, Hudson Square has been a place to print books, broadcast radio shows and wobble through pub crawls, not to mention to slam steering wheels in frustration at backups in the Holland Tunnel. (New York Times)

This is going to be NYC’s next hot neighborhood The city’s next hottest neighborhood for real estate is gritty East New York, according to a report. (New York Post)

Former beverage distributor on 2nd Street demolished to make way for 8-story condoplex The former Houston Street Beer Distributors at 298 E. Second Street between Avenue C and Avenue D has been demolished. (EV Grieve)

Former beverage distributor on 2nd Street demolished to make way for 8-story condoplex

Food & Drink

Q&A with Loycent Gordon, owner of Neir’s Tavern Having first opened in 1829, the tavern is one of the oldest bars in Queens. (amNew York)

Q&A with Loycent Gordon, owner of Neir’s Tavern

Forget the Dollar Slice: Here’s Where to Find the Best Regional Pizza Styles in NYC Here’s a handy style guide to help you navigate this brave new world of non-New York-style pizza in New York today. (Thrillist)

Transportation-Themed Pub With Fresh Montauk Seafood Headed to Astoria A lifelong resident who runs a sports bar in the neighborhood and another in Long Island City is opening a new eatery on Broadway. (DNAinfo)

Local Color & History

Carnegie Hall Archives More than 300,000 historical artifacts from the famous music venue, from Duke Ellington’s handwritten score to The Beatles’ booking slip. (Atlas Obscura)

Out and About in the East Village: Eric Rignall, Owner, Inkstop Tattoo “It was a funeral home and a driving school, but the funeral home got shut down by the marshals for smuggling drugs in the coffins. They figured there was a cloud over this place, but luckily I’m not superstitious.” (EV Grieve)

Out and About in the East Village: Eric Rignall, Owner, Inkstop Tattoo

After hours: capturing the journey home from New York City’s gay nightclubs Since the summer of 2010, Renaldi has hung out near the smoking areas, queues and exits of clubs like Pacha, Santos Party House, Stage 48 and Roseland. (The Guardian)

Business

At Dorothy Wilk’s Spa, Underground Treatment for Loyal Clientele Dorothy’s might not be flashy, but it has a loyal clientele, many with standing weekly appointments. Some have been visiting the spa for decades. (New York Times)

 


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