In Williamsburg, Harry Van Arsdale High School was put on lockdown yesterday afternoon after a 17-year-old student showed a 15-year-old his gun, then stole the younger man’s cellphone. [Pix 11]

Meanwhile, students at another neighborhood high school filled the window of a local storefront with pro-immigrant and LGBTQ-friendly holiday decorations. [DNA Info]

Nine rent-stabilized tenants of 159 Stanton Street filed a lawsuit this week against their landlord, Steve Croman, for harassment and providing dangerous living conditions in the midst of ongoing construction. [DNA Info]

Tonight, Kendrick Lamar will play a sold out show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg. [Brooklyn Vegan]

Friedrich Drumpf, the paternal grandfather to our president-elect, lived in a Forsyth Street tenement as a teen when he arrived Stateside from Germany in 1885. [The New Yorker]

PokéVillage debuted Monday at 250 E. 14th Street. [EV Grieve]

The owners of Boilermaker and its spin-off Mace are currently hosting holiday drinking pop-ups at each of the two East Village addresses. [Eater NY]

A food critic praised the latest cooking from Lalo chef Gerardo Gonzalez, who previously helmed the kitchen at Stanton Street’s El Rey Coffee Bar & Luncheonette. [Edible Manhattan]

Revisit the short life-cycle of Tre Scalini, an Italian restaurant that survived on St. Marks Place for just two weeks in 2011. [EV Grieve]