The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

"Pimp my Moshiac Mobile": A caddy memorializing the Rebbe, known as Menachem Mendel Schneerson, does the rounds of Crown Heights. [Curbed]

Catch the "kitschy, interactive" burlesque show, C’est Duckie, running at PS 122 until Jan. 19. [Gridskipper]

Arelene’s Grocery hosts an amateur female mudwrestling competion on Sunday… ick. [New York Going]

Italian gelato chain Grom will open its latest New York outpost on Bleecker Street. [Grub Street]

A pair of Bosnian cafes compete on a Queens corner. [Village Voice]

How to travel the path of least surveillance in a city filled with cameras. [Gotham Gazette]

Suprisingly, only one developer responsded to the Department of Corrections’ proposal to build at the site of a Brooklyn jail. [The Brooklyn Eagle]

Elderly man gets ticket for double parking during his 84-year-old wife’s kidney dialysis. [NYDN]

A new rental tower near Javits. [Real Deal]

A 60-year-old babyboomer chronicles her adventures with Jewish gentlemen in the New York dating scene. [Sexagenarian and the City]

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