The Closing: They Should Just Call It the Apathy-thorp; Diner Gets Seconds; Live Like Macbeth

Michael Moore stumps for St. Mark’s Books. [Capital NY]

The never-ending woes of the Apthorp continue. [Real Deal]

Mayor Bloomberg may be pulling out the welcome mat from Occupy Wall Street protests. [NY Times]

Twin Towers-inspired wrap covers scaffolding on Lower East Side. [Curbed]

Burg’s beloved Diner get rehabbed. [Brownstoner]

Is this the scariest penthouse in New York? Could it ever be worth $3.795 million? [NY Times]

The trouble with modern kitchens: They get old faster. [Curbed]

Live in Macbeth’s castle, or something very much like it. [Journal]

Prospect-Lefferts tower site sells—what could be next for the forlorn block? [Brownstoner]

The strange ways we worship in New York City. [ArchPaper]

South Slope ladies? Consider the buddy system as rape-deterrent. [BK Paper]

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