Today’s Links: A Co-Op By Any Other Name, Bread Talk in a Baking Lab & More

Sunset Park (Photo: Pamela Wong/BKLYNER)

Restauranteur Harris Salat, formerly of Ganso Ramen, will bring two new options to downtown: a taqueria and a sushi joint. Check out other recent restaurant news here.

And women in baking are about that bread—talking culinary experiments and workplace experience at the Brooklyn Bread Lab.

Cross-country creep-out: a Brooklyn woman ran across a Queens killer while on vacation in LA.

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A young woman who was raped by two on-duty NYPD cops was harassed by a process server delivering a subpoena related to the case—and he was caught on tape.

Rents are falling in Williamsburg ahead of the L train shutdown, a new report shows. Some residents were surprised to hear about 15 weekends of closure that will precede the “L-pocalypse.”

Across the city, one- and two-bedroom rents are down again over the course of a year.

A ballfield in Red Hook has seen some progress in its upgrade. Progress at the site has been a community concern since the spring.

The Greene-Hill co-op debuted its new digs after getting booted from their Putnam Avenue by their landlords. They aren’t that far away in Bed-Stuy, but it’s neither Greene nor Hill at this point… Greene-Hill-Stuy, anyone?

And a new bus shelter in Gerritsen Beach is a danger to pedestrians and drivers alike, say residents who worry it creates a blind spot.

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