The loss of two young Bronx sisters last month blamed on a malfunctioning radiator has caused Public Advocate Letitia James to investigate the Bushwick-based non-profit that oversees the shelter where they died. [DNA Info]

In a lawsuit, five disabled or mobility-impaired tenants of 946 Bushwick Avenue accuse their landlord, GRJ LLC (helmed by brothers Graham and Gregory Jones), of violating their civil and housing rights. [DNA Info]

Last year, the city built or preserved nearly 22K units of affordable housing, a 27-year high. [NY Times]

Friterie Begian Fries, an 18-month-old spot on St. Marks Place, has reportedly shuttered. [EV Grieve]

At the Orchard Street address previously occupied by Mission Chinese, Georgian restaurant Red Compass has met the same fate. [Bowery Boogie]

Tonight at 7 p.m., Bat Haus coworking space on Starr Street will host, “Joy Sneaks In: An Affordable Charity Art Fair,” where all of the proceeds benefit Lambda Legal. [Bushwick Daily]

Read a Q&A with Greenpoint illustrator Jen Keenan, who is currently raising money with her art to support the local chapter of the Women’s March on Washington. [Greenpointers]

In September, Studio 301 in Bushwick will be the site of The President Sanders Film Festival, where audiences can continue to “feel the Bern” in 12-minute increments. [Bushwick Daily]