On the Market: Dwell Does the Simpsons; ‘Shady’ Firms Built Barclays; A Real Penthouse Club

Dwell, Fred Armisen, Richard Neutra guest star on The Simpsons. [Curbed]
MTA’s new fares? $2.50, $112/month, 5 percent bonus on $5 card. [Times, Journal]
Seven “shady” firms on city watch list were involved in building Barclays Center. [DNAinfo]
Actually finding the home of your dreams in NYC. [NY Times]
Persistent barking from Harvey Weinstein’s place driving neighbors crazy. [NY Post]
NYCHA was woefully underprepared for Sandy. [NY Times]
Tenants in revolt at 1 West Street, where 50 expected to break waterlogged leases. [Daily News]
Red Hook Crab Shack came through Sandy well because of its beachy design. [BK Paper]
Volunteer group clears out 500 Breezy Point homes of nasty mold. [Daily News]
Penthouse Club owner let employee run escort service out of his apartment. [NY Post]
It’s a condo comeback. [Crain's]
Another Forbes townhouse sells, this one for $11.5 M. [Real Deal]
Here’s 10 ways to “Sandyproof” your apartment building. [BrickU]
Nifty music video for Domino, inside and out. [Curbed]
Rockaway businesses are desperate for customers, power, aid. [City Limits]
Coney Island getting new Y, a boost after Sandy beating. [Crain's]
Vintage MTA buses will be roving the streets for the holidays. [WNYC]
Martha Stewart wants you to adopt a tree in Hudson River Park. [DNAinfo]
Moscot’s is moving across the street after decades on Delancey. [Journal]
Beloved bohemian Burg club Zebulon closing because of annoyed neighbors. [BK Paper]
Meanwhile, nearby Schafer Landing penthouse yours for $5 M. [Curbed]
Downtown tower heist during Sandy mystifies police. [NY Post]
Ray Kelly helps open Harlem Applebees, first LEED-rated restaurant. [NY Times, Crain's]
An all-bamboo house in Vietnam, yours for only $1 M. [Journal]
More details on Cortlandt Way, pedestrian retail street at World Trade Center. [ArchPaper]
Tommy Bahamas’ weird Fifth Avenue flagship opens this week. [NY Post]
Thom Mayne wins AIA’s top honor, Todd Williams Billie Tsien named best firm. [ArchPaper]
New Museum will honor East Village’s squatter heritage. [DNAinfo]