Meres One at Rag & Bone, with Swoon

Meres One at Rag & Bone. (Photo: Scott Lynch)

After an earlier committee vote, the entirety of Community Board 1 has now approved the Domino Sugar development with some conditions. [The Real Deal]

The rezoning of the former Rheingold Brewery site to make room for 70- and 80-foot towers has been approved by the City Council. [DNA Info]

The beating of a gay black student earlier this month in the Hasidic part of Williamsburg may have come at the hands of a neighborhood watch force, police say. [NYDN]

Rents are up 13.5 percent in Bushwick — Brooklyn’s biggest year-over-year hike after Bed-Stuy. [Curbed]

We shared some SantaCon horror stories yesterday, and now Grub Street rounds up some more. [GS]

Cooper Union students are concerned about changes to the code of conduct that seem to constitute a crackdown on student protests. [NY Times]

The Hells Angels are suing their late president’s family over rights to their East Village building. [NY Post]

Macaulay Culkin’s pizza-themed Velvets cover band, The Pizza Underground, is playing a free show at Baby’s All Right. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Speaking of Lou Reed, here’s the headphones ad he filmed shortly before his death. [Stereogum]

Oddfellows Ice Cream Co. is now delivering to Williamsburg via Seamless. And if you spend over $30 you’ll get a couple of Nitehawk tickets thrown in. [Eater]

Here’s what a new condo at 421 Kent Ave. will look like. [Curbed]

A gender-bending parody of The Monkees, featuring an America’s Next Top Model finalist, is coming to the COW Theater. [Theater Mania]

Serious Eats drops its 24-hour guide to food and drink in Bushwick. [SE]

The Silent Barn is trying to raise $20,000 for infrastructure and programming by Jan. 1. [Brooklyn Vegan]