The Afternoon Wrap: Monday

Two famous blondes tussle over the same Chelsea pad. Cameron was there first though. [NY Post]

Mario Batali invites bloggers who don’t like the beef-cheek ravioli served at Babbo to "suck his…" You get the picture. [Gawker]

In what will most likely be the last celebration of rats in New York for some time to come, revelers rang in the Chinese New Year in Flushing yesterday. [Gothamist]

New Yorkers no longer need to take the ferry to Staten Island to sample Sri Lankan "hoppers." Now the spicy, ethnic cuisine is just a hop, skip, and a jump away at new Grammercy Park restaurant Nirvana. [Village Voice]

Ever wonder where to find the most expensive grilled cheese, exotic dance class, or baby stroller in New York? We hope not, but if you’re burdened with deep pockets and a shallow brain, Pocket Change is the site for you. [Guest of a Guest]

There was no marijuana in the system of the late broker Linda Stein at the time of her murder, according to an autopsy. [Post via Daily Intel]

Ricky Martin sold his condo at the Time Warner Center for almost $16 million to an unknown buyer. [TRD] The Afternoon Wrap: Monday