Michael Moore rallies St. Mark’s bookshop supporters, Bloomberg says protesters can’t occupy Zuccotti park indefinitely … and more

September 30, 2011 05:38PM

1. U.N. land deal on East Side is complex with many moving parts
[NYT]

2. And a conservative think tank wants a congressional
investigation into the deal
[DNAinfo]

3. Michael Moore rallies St. Mark’s bookshop supporters
[Capital New York]

4. Bloomberg suggests Wall Street protestors can’t occupy
Zuccotti Park indefinitely
[WSJ]

5. Cuomo Aide Patrick Foye leading candidate to replace Chris Ward at Port Authority
[NYT]

6. Wall Street has worst quarter since 2008
[Reuters]

7. Nine American cities going broke
[MSNBC]

8. New York among most-searched for states with expensive real estate
[Inman]

9. Trump’s suit line already 70 percent off at Macy’s
[Gawker]

10. Refinancing when property values are declining
[NYT]

11. New York politicians want banks to reinvest more in local
communities
[City Hall News]

12. Building collapse in Irvington, N.J.
[WPIX]

13. Google investing $75M in solar power for homeowners
[MSNBC]

14. Toshi at Brooklyn community board committee meeting
[NYShitty]

15. Queens leads city in potholes
[TimesLedger]

16. And Queens also leads in cases of West Nile Virus [NYDN]
17. New Sunnyside Jewish Center taking shape
[Queens Chronicle]

18. French restaurant to open in Sunnyside
[Sunnyside Post]

19. Former Mary Immaculate Hospital, Jamaica train station could
be landmarked
[Queens Courier]

20. Hotel Williamsburg has new opening date [Hotelchatter]
21. Prospect Park West Condo conversion going forward
[Brownstoner]

22. The history of 920 Union Street in Brooklyn
[Brownstoner]

23. French architect previews Irene Neuwirth pop-up store
[Architizer]

24. Flatbush Gardens landlord gets federal complaint
[Brooklyn Eagle]

25. Greenpoint fighting rat problem
[WPIX]

26. Coram town center on Long Island to be redeveloped
[NYT]