MUJI opening in W’burg, Millennials are ‘killing the beer industry’ (and more links)

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MUJI is coming to Brooklyn [Architectural Digest]
With new vacuums, MTA workers make grimy subway tracks shine [New York Times]
New luxury Gowanus apartments come with pool, ‘lifestyle concierge’ [DNAinfo]
Millennials are killing the beer industry [Business Insider]
Trump is messing with NY state’s budget already [Crain’s]
Here’s that press release Summerhill sent about its bullet hole wall in full [Eater]
City Council passes ‘Right to Counsel’ for low-income tenants [Gotham Gazette]
‘Why you gonna bite me like that?’ man films Prospect Park squirrel biting his finger [Gothamist]
When the (empty) apartment next door is owned by an oligarch [New York Times]
Unicorn cheesecake bars land in Park Slope [DNAinfo]

This stop motion video about one crayon-loving woman’s battle with a shark roaming the streets of Brooklyn Heights is worth your 4 minutes 26 seconds

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