The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

Governors Island will host its first polo match in 70 years on Saturday, so grab your picnic baskets and dust off those white gloves you haven’t worn since ballroom dancing class. [City Room]

Long Island City’s fate was sealed long ago, but the nail in the coffin of gentrification so to speak is the new Starbucks. [Racked]

Staten Island is gearing up for its first rock show, giving you land-loving Manhattanites another excuse to venture over to the most overlooked borough. [Gothamist]

Moo! Tribeca eatery Bubby’s takes the "nose-to-tail" cooking pledge usually restricted to pigs a step further. [Grub Street]

Red Hook’s LeNell’s could be "doneski," but take heart! The Brooklyn nabe has an Ikea coming. [Eater]

A community clinic on Avenue B will be transformed into a garden oasis. The question is: Will the oasis be open to residents of the neighboring housing projects? [Curbed] The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday