Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Wednesday links

It's a mostly quiet week in Williamsburg and Greenpoint, save for CMJ taking over the north side (since when did CMJ become the Northside festival but larger and with more swag?). Let's run through a few links...

*Shea Stadium gets the Times spotlight.

*New York Press' Jessica Mahler wonders whether the latest city vacate order at 573 Metropolitan is a chink in 3rd Ward's burgeoning empire.

*CNN comes to Newtown Creek and shows us how to make an incredibly complicated story into a condensed file report.

*Stephen Brown has Marty Markowitz's reaction to the Prospect Park West bike lane (he doesn't like it).

*Reid Pillifant of the New York Observer looks at Joe Girardi's crumbling Yankees.

*Alex Pareene and Nick Rizzo buzz through an espresso-fueled running diary of the gubernatorial debate at Capital New York.

*The Downtown Star's Daniel Bush heads to Brighton Beach for reaction to a new Ruskie reality show. Dan, where did you get lunch down there?

*New York Shitty says that residents near the House of Vans were complaining about the noise and the aftermath of its massive blowout opening party on Saturday night.

*Councilwoman Diana Reyna's office wants Bushwick Avenue to be landmarked. So does Adam Schwartz, and BushwickBK took a tour with him.

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