It's called the Incisor. The shaded face is the North Face. There are (at least) four boulder routes that go up to the ledge with the pin, all done by John Gill, who placed the original pin up there. There were some tentative explorations BITD past the pin, but the lack of protection kept anyone from climbing up very far before reversing back to the pin. Of course, no one even remotely considered rap bolting and I hope the ground-up tradition survives until a climber capable of the challenge arrives.
Around to the right are routes on the West Buttress and the South Face. I think the West Buttress route is 5.8 and the South Face 5.9-. The South Face route is a bit rotten and not a classic; the West Buttress route is probably better and was the first route on the Incisor. It is on or close to the edge of the sunlight in the picture.
There are also two bolted routes in the sunlight that are to the left of the West Buttress. I have not done them but heard they were in the 5.11-5.12 range. There is also a bolted route on the left (east) ridge that goes at about 5.11a and is quite enjoyable.