The Brooklyn Flea defended secular values last night against critics in Fort Greene who decried the detrimental effects the weekly market has on the community, including impeding the "Christian Sabbath." [Racked]
Jonathan Miller finds some heart in San Francisco, no iPhones. [Matrix]
The pesky cab TV screens that just won’t turn off. [Gothamist]
Hotel King McSam has sold his Times Square parcel in the early phase of construction for $59 million. [TRD]
A few former brokers apparently just didn’t want to Shvo–they defected and started their own brokerage. [Curbed]
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