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Law enforcement officials are reportedly focusing on six suspects who could face murder charges for the March 26 explosion in the East Village. [NY Post]

East Yoga has extended this offer to its mailing list: “If you or someone you know was impacted or displaced by the fire on 2nd Avenue, please contact for a free 5-class pass.”

No one was hurt in a Bushwick house fire yesterday afternoon that drew 140 firefighters to Eldert Street. [DNA Info]

On Friday night at 10 p.m., a woman’s phone was stolen on Meserole Street by bike-riding thieves. [Brooklyn Paper]

A new French bistro hopes to secure 173 Henry Street on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Meanwhile, gaming lab Waka Waka recently vacated 26 Clinton Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Meet Laura Rosenshine, 31, East Village composting pioneer. [Runnin’ Scared]

The Pitchfork Review celebrates its latest issue with Fred Schneider of The B-52s tonight at Greenpoint’s Word bookstore (7 p.m., free). Also, Everybody’s Björking For The Weekend: A Hastily Written Masterpiece will be staged tonight at The Cobra Club in Bushwick (9 p.m., $8). [The Skint]

Special events at this year’s WFMU Record Fair will include performances by Beatles cover band Bambi Kino (featuring Doug Gillard, Nada Surf’s Ira Elliot and more) and Olivia Neutron John. [Brooklyn Vegan]