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Wednesday night in Bushwick, these two 20-something gunmen fired inside a Woodbine Street lobby, according to police. A 31-year-old man who was shot in the chest is in stable condition at Brookdale Hospital. [DNA Info]

At 1:30 a.m. Saturday, a 41-year-old man wielding a camera was stabbed in the torso near 141 E. 13th Street. The victim was treated at Bellevue hospital, and the NYPD released these three photos of the alleged suspect. [NY Daily News]

As Avenue A bars Cienfuegos, Amor y Amargo, and Gin Palace sink into the soil, owner Ravi DeRossi promised that structural repairs will soon commence. [Eater NY]

Local pizza chain Two Boots closed its Bleecker Street location following trouble with the landlord. [Eater NY]

Meanwhile, Speedy Romeo—a Clinton Hill pizza destination co-owned by Entourage‘s Adrian Grenier—will replace Fatta Cuckoo restaurant on the Lower East Side’s Clinton Street. [Eater NY]

Wrecords by Monkey—the LES-born sidewalk business that graduated to Brooklyn Flea regular and Bushwick brick-and-mortar—launched a $16K Gofundme campaign to recoup money they lost from a fraudster posing as an overseas customer. [Bushwick Daily]

Community Board 3 member David McWater looks to have taken ownership of d.b.a. bar on First Avenue. Former owners Ray Deter and Dennis Zentek died in 2012 and 2014, respectively. [EV Grieve]

On Fourth Avenue in the East Village, a 12-foot-by-22-foot mural by the late artist Barney Rosset is free for whoever figures out how to remove it from the loft it currently occupies. [Wall Street Journal]

348 Bowery, lately a pop-up shop space and the former home Downtown Auto & Tire, seeks a tenant in Noho. [EV Grieve]

This afternoon at 1 p.m., syrup-centric Snowday Food Truck will pass out free Sweet Generation pastries on the corner of St. Mark’s Place and 1st Avenue to fete the latter’s new storefront at 130 1st Avenue. [Gothamist]