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A 20-year-old woman died around 3 a.m. this morning when a fire broke out in her basement apartment on 1st Street near Second Avenue. [NY Daily News]

Two men sustained non-life threatening gunshot wounds Friday night just before midnight at Tri Color Restaurant and Pizza on Graham Avenue in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

Apple will speed up Bedford Avenue gentrification, opening a Williamsburg location next year where Kings Pharmacy once stood. [NY Post]

An avian mural painted on St. Mark’s Place this summer by Chinese artist DALeast stars in U2’s new music video for “This is Where You Can Reach Me Now.” [Paper]

Pok Pok Phat Thai‘s former site at 137 Rivington Street will now house Persian/Mediterranean eatery Mazeish. [Bowery Boogie]

And The Fight Shop, which will stock East Coast MMA apparel, opens soon at 131 Orchard Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Vice co-founder Suroosh Alvi and New York magazine played 21 Questions. [Daily Intelligencer]

Tonight from 6 to 8 p.m., The Educational Alliance Art School (opening in January) will host a free open house with drinks and discounts at the Manny Cantor Center (197 East Broadway). [Curbed NY]

And at 7 p.m., City Lore in the East Village will screen Clayton Patterson‘s documentary Captured as part of “Chronicling the Chaos and Change on the LES Film Series.” Patterson and filmmakers Ben Solomon, Daniel Levin, and Jenner Furst will participate in a Q&A afterwards; Tickets are $10/each. [Bowery Boogie]