On The Market: A New Patch of Hurricane Victims; Cry Our Beloved Park Slope

Manhattan’s narrowest house is now an expensive rental. [Curbed]

It was “Surf’s Up” on CPW yesterday. [NY Times]

Thanks again Irene, now you killed all the pumpkins. [SI Live]

City residents are spending more at WalMart, just not IN the city. [Crain’s]

How to grandfather in a replacement pet when your co-op has gone to a “no-pets” policy. [BrickUnderground]

If Park Slope’s Seventh Avenue remains so strewn with trash, however will the strollers get around? The Horror! [Brooklyn Paper]

It’s time to booze it up for Andre Balazs at his new toy, The Cooper Square Hotel. [DNAInfo]

Who really knows New York? The cabbies, of course. [Daily News]

Murals to spruce up Church Avenue, as gentrification creeps south of Prospect Park. [Brownstoner]

Central Park Conservancy opens seventh and final restored lawn. [NY Times]

Courts struggling with foreclosure proceedings. [Journal]