East Village Explosion: Aftermath, NYPD

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Lower East Side resident Latisha Fisher, 35, was charged with murder following the death of he two-year-old son, Gavriel, who was found unconscious inside Midtown’s Five Boro Burger on March 30. [NY Times]

Patti Smith will headline a benefit for those impacted by the East Village explosion this Sunday at Theatre 80 on St. Mark’s Place. Tickets are sold out. [EV Grieve]

See a rendering of a six-story apartment building bound for 26 West Street in Greenpoint. [Curbed NY]

Today at 2 p.m., Elizabeth Warren will be at Strand promoting A Fighting Chance in paperbackProspective attendees can queue for free tickets beginning at noon. And tonight at 7 p.m., Wes Anderson bingo returns to Videology ($8).  [The Skint]

This weekend is the Food Book Fair at Williamsburg’s Wythe Hotel. [Eating in Translation]

To coincide with the augmented L train schedule in effect for a month of weekends beginning April 18, three Williamsburg shops—SlapBack, Milly & Earl and Antoinette Vintage—will offer customers a $2.75 discount on their purchase totals. [Brooklyn Paper]

On April 25, Wildnerness BK in Bushwick will host a $25/person classes that teaches the art of tarot card reading. [DNA Info]

In the wake of budget cuts, P.S. 31’s Brooklyn Kings Chess Club in Greenpoint is trying to raise $15K to attend a national competition in Nashville. [News 12 Brooklyn]