A few recent Brooklyn Paper stories caught The Observer‘s pink eye this week; they concern the continuing decline of Williamsburg As We Know It.
(More) Commuter Consumerism: MTA Partners with Storefront on Subway Pop-Up ShoppingOn the Market: MTA Offers Tardy Notes for Delayed Straphangers; NYCHA Moves to Evict 100-Year-Old Woman; Poor Struggle As Rents Soar Across the Country The Spoils of Preppiness: Nautica Founder's Flatiron Townhouse Snags a Buyer
AllThingsD Editors Reportedly Near Deal With NBCUniversal to Fund New SiteTom Junod and Mark Warren Take Down Paul Raeburn's TakedownMorning Media Mix
The Bloodied Barron: A First-hand Account of Hilton Brother’s Alleged Art Basel Attack11 Things to Do in New York's Art World Before December 14Ralphie’s At It Again—On a Bigger Stage: A Christmas Story Comes to Madison Square Garden
Peter Kaplan Is IrreplaceableEditorial: Center of the Political WorldEditorial: Resist the Tax Temptation
Thanks to Legal Tangles, You’ll See ‘Taxi of Tomorrow’ Tweets Before You See the Actual CabsBooting Up: Netflix Is Releasing That Mitt Romney Documentary You Always WantedAllThingsD Editors Reportedly Near Deal With NBCUniversal to Fund New Site
De Blasio May Feel Pressure to Meet Diversity Vow With His Schools Chancellor PickThanks to Legal Tangles, You’ll See ‘Taxi of Tomorrow’ Tweets Before You See the Actual CabsMorning Read: ‘That Would Be a Story Worth Reading’
Morning Links: Fresh Start EditionHere’s Dan P. Lee on Steve McQueen in ‘New York’ MagazineHere’s ‘Vanity Fair’ on Dan Loeb