Morning Links: Ghost Dog Captured; McMansions Popular Again; A Tastier Orchard Beach

Leader in Brooklyn Brownstones revival dies at 92. [NY Times]
Prospect Park’ s black mastiff “ghost dog” is finally captured. [NY Post]
A different Beastie Boys park? [Brownstoner]
The yupster guide to Long Island City. [Queens Crap]
The popularity of McMansions swells once again. [Wall Street Journal]
Brooklyn school nixes plan to distribute condoms at prom. [NY Daily News]
LES music venue embraces perks to pay the bills. [Gothamist]
Homeless living in SoHo storage facility. [NY Post]
Skeeball tournament comes to Williamsburg. [BK Paper]
Man wins legal battle to keep elevator out of building. [NY Daily News]
Dogs may help PTSD, but it’s an uphill battle with landlords. [NY Times]
Orchard Beach gets better food. [NY1]

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