The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

Introducing mini-Michael Shvo! Some might argue that one is enough. [Curbed]

Cue the violins: Goldman chief Lloyd Blankfein may be the lowest-paid CEO. [Forbes]

Governor Paterson’s wife gives the Governor’s mansion in Albany a green makeover, picking up where Silda Spitzer left off. [City Room]

The best outdoor watering holes in Williamsburg. [Gridskipper]

Warner Brothers Pres. buys a $9.5 million spread at 15 Central Park West. [TRD]

Here’s a good dose of irony for you. Workers at the Lower East Side Tenement Museum devoted to chronicling the history (and unionization) of the immigrant workforce in New York City staged a protest today demanding union membership. [Runnin Scared]

Uh-oh… Looks like Gowanus is getting a Starbucks to caffeinate all those new condo-dwellers. [Gowanus Lounge] The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday