On the Market: Rockers Beg for Hip Hop Cash; Going to the Movies Gets Pricier, If You Want; Everything in New York is on Top of Something

A jewel, a sugar wafer and a pox of panes—good, bad and ugly on 57th Street. [NYT]
Needy indie rockers ask Jay-Z for $1 million to save ailing venue. [Brokelyn]
Some New Yorkers don’t mind living with ghosts. [NYT]
NYCHA housing, now available for sublet. [NYP]
A mother of two hunts slumlords in Baltimore. [Atlantic]
IPic luxury movie theater will charge up to $28 per ticket at forthcoming seaport locale. [NYP]
And you can stop off after the show for a craft beer. [DNAinfo]
Tiny apartments lure young professionals who don’t like being at home. [WSJ]
Back online, Gowanus oil-flushing tunnel aims to make canal look less like itself. [BK Paper]
Michael Bloomberg uses the subway, emerges unscathed. [Crain’s]
In Elaine’s old spot, the Writing Room delivers bistro fare and local history. [Gothamist]
With the closing of A-1 Music, another vestige of village Bohemia bites the dust. [Vanishing NY]

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