On the Market: Diddy Out, Bruce Willis In on UWS; Can We Handle More Gene Kaufman?; Anti-Semitic Ads Coming to Subways

Dining on the geese culled in Jamaica Bay to keep JFK safe. [CapitalNY]
Diddy ditching UWS while Bruce Willis looks to move back. [NY Post]
Tips for living with your co-op board. [BrickU]
City launches competition to save Pier 40–again. [DNAinfo]
New Taxis of Tomorrow approved, wiping out the hybrid fleet. [CapitalNY, Journal]
Jeff Sutton evicts funeral home, they leave cadavers behind. Karma? [Real Deal]
Inside Grizzly Bear frontman’s Greenpoint apartment. [NY Post]
Finally! Another Gene Kaufman hotel. [Curbed]
Another Manhattan gas station bites the dust. [NY Post]
Just what Williamsburg needs: an olive oil store. [Brownstoner]
Mary Louise Parker selling 10-room Village duplex for $7 M. [Curbed]
Estate of Cohen Brother’s founder sells 69th Street townhouse for $16 M. [Real Deal]
The Downtown office market is the strongest in the city. [Crain’s]
Court orders MTA to run pretty offensive anti-Islamic ads in Subway stations. [WNYC]
In Times Square, a crazy Elmo spitting anti-Semitic slurs is arrested. [NY Times]
Top Sotheby’s broker Roger Erikson investigated for being “dual agent.” [Real Deal]
UES’ Beekman Tower Hotel yours for $80 million. [NY Post]
Has the Port Authority really improved? [WNYC]
Dan Goldstein to protest Barclay’s Center ribbon cutting tomorrow. [Daily News]
Was Bronx house a secret spying lair? [NY Times]
Wythe Hotel architect and restauranteur will debate gentrification. [Brownstoner]
A house in Catskill, NY, turned into a living museum of detritus. [NY Times]
Jersey now has more delinquent homeowners than Nevada. [Real Deal]