The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

Upper East Side McMansion plans draws wrath of Carnegie Hill residents. [Curbed]

Jeff Koons’s “mischievously meaningful” sculpture exhibit opened at the Met’s Cantor Roof Gallery today. [NY Times]

Everyone from Bette Midler to Gossip Girl MILF (and Melrose Place alum) Kelly Rutherford have been spotted around the city, making token green gestures in honor of Earth Day. [City Room]

The Cheyenne Diner is moving to Red Hook. Good news as long as the neighborhood doesn’t live up to the up-and-coming hype like “MePa” did. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing New York]

Community groups are up in arms over a developer’s proposal to rezone a five-block swathe of the West Village to build an office building. The Donald is not involved with the project at all, but since he’s such an easy target activists are blaming him. [Curbed]

Here’s a little something to brighten up your day before the commute home: A New York transplant weighs in on the L.A. Metro compared to the subway system. [Gridskipper]

Would you like some Duck Confit with your beer? [Eater]

The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday