Nearly two dozen Brooklyn day care centers shuttered amid city probe, bedbugs dine at Food Network Magazine … and more

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Sep.September 10, 2010 08:30 AM

1. Nearly two dozen Brooklyn day care centers shuttered over safety violations amid city probe [Post]

2. Upper West Siders fear Century 21 could change the neighborhood character [WSJ]
3. Bedbugs dine at Food Network Magazine [Post, 1st item]
4. Fashion mogul Rita Magli buys $2.3M condo at the Cammeyer [NYT]

5. East New York landlady charged with murdering tenant over rent, maintenance feud [Post]

6. 104-year-old copper heiress declared fit to govern her own finances, properties without guardian [NYDN]

7. Cuozzo: Too late for congratulations on Ground Zero construction progress [Post]
8. Korn guitarist James Shaffer lists Midtown loft for $1.3M [NYT]
9. Chinatown’s Pace High School and M.S. 298 slated for major upgrades this year [Downtown Express]
10. Ex-Secretary of State Colin Powell returns to South Bronx for debut of namesake affordable housing building [NYDN]

11. Battery Park City Authority head James Cavanaugh to step down [Downtown Express]
12. The building of New York City’s early parking garages [NYT]
13. FDNY map reveals that Ground Zero stretches beyond WTC site [Post]
14. But mosque planner denies rumor that he has agreed to move project from Ground Zero [ABC News]
15. Profiles of three Park51 activists [Downtown Express]

 

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