The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

Coming–er, arriving soon to Park Slope: Babeland! The Brooklyn Paper’s Gersh Kuntzman takes a peak inside the treasure trove of sex toys that will soon be on display in stroller land. And it all started with a tube of lube. [Brooklyn Paper]

The new owner of what looks like Courtney Love’s old apartment at 30 Crosby Street cut the asking price to just under $6 million. Apparently, the old “Courtney cachet” just doesn’t fly with apartment buyers these days. [Curbed]

Whether New Yorkers really call it the RFK Bridge is yet to be seen, but it certainly worked for another Kennedy. When was the last time anyone called JFK Idlewild? [City Room]

The Met tells loiterers that their steps are made for walkin’–for a year at least. [Gothamist]

The city’s biggest ever Starbucks will open at the base of the Empire State Building. Because, after traveling all the way to Manhattan, naturally, the first thing tourists want is the same coffee they have at home. [Urbanite]

Our favorite dystopic blogger “ran into” a Midwestern Sex and the City-themed tour group shopping for vibrators and Penis Pinatas at the Pleasure Chest in the Village. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday