(Photo: Phillip Kalantzis Cope, on Flickr)

You can finally drink James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem‘s espresso blend at the newest location of Blue Bottle. [Grub Street]

City Councilmember Antonio Reynoso says he’s “not anti-development. I’m anti-irresponsible development, which is what we see in Williamsburg.” [Commercial Observer]

Spike Lee doesn’t like it when “”m—-f—–g hipsters” come into neighborhoods like Bushwick and change the name to East Williamsburg. “These Williamsburg m—–f—–s are changing the names,” he told a crowd at Pratt. [NY Daily News]

Speaking of East Williamsburg, Brookland will pay just shy of $10 million for a condensed-milk factory so they can turn it condos. [The Real Deal]

Men in ski masks robbed a guy in Greenpoint while wielding a baseball bat. [Brooklyn Paper]

The East Village was the second most in-demand neighborhood for renters. [The Real Deal]

There was a mysterious water leak in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

Are The Men the last great rock band in Brooklyn. [The L]

A convo with Stephen Malkmus, who’s playing Bowery Ballroom and Music Hall of Williamsburg. [The L]

A rendering for Ben Shaoul’s three-story addition at 31 Second Avenue. [BuzzBuzz Home]

Meanwhile, Shaoul’s Williamsburg townhouses, which are going for $2.38 million and up, are 75 percent sold. [The Real Deal]

A six-story building is set to go up across from Diner in Williamsburg. [BuzzBuzz Home]

The Newtown Creek water treatment plant inspired a painting. [NY Shitty]

East Village original A. Cheng has moved to Bergen Street. [Racked]

Dennis Congdon‘s paintings, on display in the LES, conjure everything from “Dana Schutz’s faces to Philip Guston’s books and the colorful lines of a Dr. Seussvolume.” [BlackBook]