The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday

Flower taxi art project ends this week, but organizers are having trouble unloading the 13,000 decals that never made it on to taxis. [City Room]

Construction crew building the midair park in the meatpacking district brave freezing weather and falling debris from nearby developments in this footage from the Times. [NY Times]

Where to eat in 2008. [New York Magazine]

The Moscow cat theater troupe (that’s 35 cats, one dog, and a few clowns), ends its five-year run this week. [Gridskipper]

Bay Ridge historian chronicles the history of the "El" train in a new book. [The Brooklyn Paper]

Tribeca bar sues "disturbing neighbor." [Tribeca Trib]

Female, 22-year-old Rutgers student emerges as the favorite in the Ultimate Couch Potato Contest Tuesday. [NYDN]

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