On the Market: Fighting for Accessible Cabs; Lincoln Turns His Back in Brooklyn; Pitbull ‘Murder’ on UES

Sunset for Rudy’s and the rest of the boardwalk gang. [Journal]

Even after arrest, South Brooklyn gropings continue. [Daily News]

The last of the city’s indie video stores try to hang on. [Real Deal]

Super mall City Point taking shape in Brooklyn. [Brownstoner]

Preet Bharara backs lawsuit demanding new taxis be wheelchair accessible. [NY Times]

Meanwhile, are East Side cabbies really refusing to drive anywhere but Wall Street? [Daily News]

Time Square’s Bush Building on the market. [NY Post]

Lincoln statue at Grand Army Plaza will face… the wrong way? [Brooklyn Paper]

Fancy fencing art for the Barclay’s Center. [Real Deal]

Gruesome pit bull attack leaves an UES roommate charged with murder. [NY Post]

Even a smaller St. Vincent’s is good for Greenwich Village business. [DNAinfo]

Fixing mortgages by spreading the risk. (Isn’t this what caused this mess?) [NY Times]