The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

What kind of tipper are you? [NY Post]

A Russian-speaking broker has been hired to sell the newly renovated (much pricier) duplex penthouse at Trump Park Avenue. [Curbed]

Countrywide Financial has been rated the worst company in America by Consumerist.com readers, and fallen CEO Angelo “Golden Boy” Mozilo will receive the coveted “Lucky Golden Shit” award. [Consumerist]

Did Arthur Zeckendorf give himself a deal on the new pad he bought in his own building for $10 million? [TRD]

New York City’s most discerning diner Frank Bruni wonders how on earth did the “wacky, pleasant, modest-beyond-modest hole in the wall near the mouth of the Holland Tunnel,” La Sirène, make its way onto Open Table’s Top Ten Restaurant list? [Diner’s Journal]

The city’s best karaoke dens. [Gridskipper]

A Bay Ridge man said his losing battle to save the local Starbucks was as worthy a cause as the “Israeli Palestinian conflict” and “starving children in Somalia.” [NYDN]

The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday