(Photo: Scott Lynch)

Friday morning around 5 a.m., a 32-year-old Williamsburg man involved in an argument was shot in the face inside his Hewes Street apartment building lobby. He was initially listed in critical condition at Bellevue Hospital. [NY Post]

In a YouTube video filmed Thursday evening, a teenage boy who allegedly tried to evade paying the fare at the Myrtle-Broadway JMZ station is seen being beaten with a nightstick by a police officer. [Gothamist]

Police are looking for these two men—who allegedly stole a 21-year-old woman’s bag containing $2,000 cash after spraying her in the face with an unidentified substance—outside 208 E. 10th Street on a recent Tuesday morning. [CBS NY]

Paris-based government forum OECD [Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development] named New York the world’s second-most vulnerable city to the effects of climate change. [The Real Deal]

Wonton Foods Inc.’s Williamsburg bean-sprout factory is being blamed for a fall salmonella outbreak that’s made 68 people across the county sick. [Gothamist]

Astor Place Task Force, a partnership between Community Boards 2 and 3, wants to reinstall 10 removed mosaics by artist Jim Power after the current $16 million renovation. [Bowery Boogie]

Last week, three new sludge boats made their maiden voyage across Greenpoint’s Newtown Creek. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Williamsburg’s outpost of the bar d.b.a. closed for good yesterday after five years on N.7th Street. [Gothamist]

And in Bushwick, music venue/bar Goodbye Blue Monday also bid adieu to its patrons yesterday. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Williamsburg food truck Endless Summer Taco debuted a Bed-Stuy brick-and-mortar spinoff, Endless Summer Sandwich. [DNA Info]

The new bar hoping to supersede Preserve 24 on Houston Street, One for the Frog, will lobby Community Board 3 for a liquor license later this month. [Bowery Boogie]

Stanton Smoke & Convenience replaced grilled cheese shop Little Muenster on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Both a BMW and a Mercedes parked on Sharon Street in Williamsburg were stripped of their luxury tires Sunday. [NY Daily News]

East Village photographer and filmmaker Katrina del Mar raised $20K on Kickstarter to fund her documentary web series delMARVELOUS. [EV Grieve]

This round-up of the five best eyeglass shops in the city spotlights Fabulous Fanny’s in the East Village, Moscot on the Lower East Side, and Warby Parker in Soho. [Gothamist]

On December 13 and 14, St. Nicholas of Myra Orthodox Church in Alphabet City will host its annual Cookie Walk bake sale. [EV Grieve]