The Afternoon Wrap: Monday

Donor and Barnard alum Diana Vagelos will get to choose the name of the new $15 million student center at the all women’s college, but it has already been dubbed the “Vag” on campus. For the record it will not have a cafe called the “G-spot.” [New York Magazine]

A guide to the city’s chicest yarn shops. If it’s knitting grannies you’re after, we’re afraid you’re out of luck in Manhattan. [Gridskipper]

Manhattan Macher now has an exclusive, incognito entrance so VIPs are not forced to brush shoulders with plebian diners. [Grub Street]

Williamsburg hipster seeks a roommate who is not “a slut or a douche bag.” Sure the rental market is tight, but the qualifications on this Craigslist ad still seem more than a little unreasonable. [Daily Intelligencer]

Hot on the heels of Garden Weekend, the city welcomes Bicycle Month, the latest excuse to encourage New Yorkers to go green. [City Room]

Community Boards across Manhattan are mourning the resignation of the State Liquor Authority chief last week. [Down with the Hipster]

A 24-year-old boutique flees the Lower East Side because “it’s just too touristy.” That’s code for expensive. [Urbanite]

The Afternoon Wrap: Monday