Tynk does Basquiat

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

The man shot alongside rapper Freddie Gibbs Monday night outside Rough Trade was his tour djay, DJ Izzo, who suffered an injured leg. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Early Saturday evening in Williamsburg, 18-year-old DaQuan Murrell allegedly bit a bodega employee on the arm before trying to set him on fire with Axe Body Spray after Murrell was stopped from making a $174 purchase with a fraudulent Paypal card. [DNA Info]

Possible hate crime victim Kimy Hartman—the 28-year-old transgender woman knocked unconscious in Bushwick by four attackers wielding a Plexiglas board—was released from the hospital after three weeks but requires constant supervision as she recovers from a traumatic brain injury. New Alternatives, a non-profit for LGBT homeless, launched a Go Fund Me campaign to raise money for her care. [DNA Info]

See a rendering of the buildout/overhaul proposed for St. Mark’s Hotel. [NY YIMBY]

Sunday, November 16 will be the last day to visit Lobster Joint‘s Lower East Side location, which will close in the wake of forthcoming neighborhood development. [Bowery Boogie]

Willoughby Avenue coffee shop Little Skips sired a spinoff, Little Mo, a low-key Asian restaurant on Myrtle Avenue. [Bushwick Daily]

A four-story, energy-efficent apartment building will rise at 152 Freeman Street in Greenpoint. [NY YIMBY]

Now that the editor of Greenpointers has relocated to the Pacific Northwest, the site is for sale. []

Today is National Nacho Day. [Fork in the Road]

Tonight from 6 to 9 p.m., Williamsburg’s Swords-Smith boutique will celebrate Morgan Caper’s holiday collection with discounts, snacks, and tarot card readings (RSVP to info@swords-smith.com). And while your in the nabe, save 15 percent off at Shoe Market when you donate non-perishable food to the Food Bank of NYC tomorrow through November 16. [Racked NY]

Tomorrow night at 7 p.m., the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival kicks off at Villain in Williamsburg. Tickets are $20. [Greenpointers]

Through Tuesday, you can register to win a two-day staycation at Williamburg B&B Urban Cowboy. [Brooklyn Based]

From November 17 through December 28, Katz’s Delicatessen will sell this new sandwich, dubbed the “Roast Beast.” [Grub Street]