The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

A New York-based nonprofit created a video game called ICED to teach students about immigration laws. Each player chooses between five teens of different ethnicities and varying immigration status to learn "how immigration laws deny due process and violate human rights to all immigrants." [Gothamist]

"Don’t kill Dutch Kills": In the damned if you do, damned if you don’t category, residents of the Queens enclave implored the city to speed up the drawn-out rezoning of the neighborhood, claiming 11 hotels have gone up in the lag during the review process. [NYDN]

Miami will host the first annual "golden clog" awards show this Friday, bestowing awards like "best Conde Nast Cafeteria stunt" on America’s self-effacing culinary industry. [Eater]

Pricy Plaza rental units are lingering on the market longer than expected. [TRD]

The best restaurants in Ditmas Park and Kensington. (Those are neighborhoods in Brooklyn in case you didn’t know.) [Gridskipper]

Could Williamsburg get a brand-new concert venue to replace the McCarren Pool as early as 2009? [Curbed]

Giant raccoons are invading Brooklyn’s Boerum Hill neighborhood. [Gowanus Lounge]

MTA unveils plans for a $13.7 million upgrade of subway and bus lines in the Bronx. [NYDN]