Inside the overstuffed apartment of a Bronx hoarder … and more

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Aug.August 26, 2010 08:00 AM

1. On-again, off-again Vox Pop Café in Ditmas Park shuttered by the IRS, maybe for good [OTBKB]
2. Full City Council approves 15 Penn Plaza [NYO]
3. Inside the overstuffed apartment of a Bronx hoarder [NYT]
4. New Jersey to win transportation funds in Port Authority’s WTC deal with Silverstein [NYO]

5. Bleecker Street residents urged to file complaints about Marc by Marc Jacobs store tourists [Racked]
6. Kew Gardens pols riled over city plan to move Rikers Island inmates to Queens House of Detention [NYDN]
7. Red Mango on St. Marks Place closes [EV Grieve]
8. Rachel Maddow on Fox News’ “scare-white-people” stories, including the mosque near Ground Zero [MSNBC]
9. And amid controversy, anti-Muslim bigotry comes to a head in Astoria as drunk man barges into mosque during prayer session shouting slurs [Post]
10. Marty Markowitz’s too-loud Coney Island concert series to carry on with last show of the season tonight [NYDN]
11. Bedbugs found at the Legal Aid Society in Downtown Brooklyn [Brooklyn Paper]
12. And, one New York woman recalls her own bedbug infestation horror story [Post]
13. Making money in college by living off-campus [Rented Spaces]

14. Meeks to weigh in on controversial St. Albans veterans center renovation plans [NYDN]

15. Actresses Celeste Holme and Phyllis Newman reflect on the Central Park West of the 1950s and their now-valuable apartments [Post] and [Post]

 

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