Large protest against eviction of 82-year old Bed-Stuy resident, 3,500 layoffs coming at BofA … and more 

New York /
Aug.August 19, 2011 05:38 PM

1. Large protest against eviction of 82-year-old Bed-Stuy resident
[Village Voice]

2. Port Authority board votes to raise tolls
[NYT]

3. BofA to cut 3,500 jobs
[Bloomberg]

4. More paying credit card instead of mortgage
[Smartmoney]

5. When will interest rates rise?
[FT]

6. Extension holds off carpenter strike
[Crain’s]

7. Are more real estate foreclosures coming?
[U.S. News]

8. Schools chancellor vows more testing for toxins in schools
[Gotham Gazette]

9. Geraldo Rivera moving to UES from Jersey
[NYO]

10. Owner, City Council member oppose landmarking of 135 Bowery
[DNAinfo]

12. View of Lower Manhattan is changing
[NYT]

13. The 12 members of the anti-movement New York architecture movement
[Capital NY]

14. Lifting of scaffolding reveals original facade of Anderson
Cooper’s firehouse home

[Curbed]

15. Andrew Barrocas: MNS sees success with interactive ad
campaign, web analytics
[NYT]

16. New reality show features fish real estate
[WSJ]

17. Meadowlands to be renamed Metlife Stadium
[NYT]

18. Goorin Brothers Hat Shop opening in Park Slope
[Here’s Park Slope]

19. Mysterious “Anonymous” posters cropping up in Sunnyside
[Sunnyside Post]

20. Convertibles turning into rentals on Long Island [NYT]
21. NYT food critic Sam Sifton sells Red Hook home for $1.25 million
[Curbed]

22. New Hartford suburb development is close to office corridor for workers [NYT]
23. Application denied for UES newsstand that provoked
protests from residents
[DNAinfo]

24. Elevator museum founder wants to save World’s Fair elevator [NYDN]
25. Residents of UWS doorman building haven’t had gas for a month, tenants say [DNAinfo]
25. Related, Two Trees, Andrew Balazs heading to Brooklyn Bridge Pier 1 [NYO]


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