The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday

Murray Hill eatery Caliente Cab Company has paid $35,000 to settle a suit brought by a lesbian who claims a bouncer kicked her out of the women’s bathroom because she looked too butch–we’re paraphrasing by the way. [AP via Newsday]

Where the "Hipnicks" live. [Runnin Scared]

To curry some community good will, Toll Brothers launched a Web site today to keep the neighborhood updated about its Gowanus Canal mega-development. [Curbed]

Myrtle the painted Williamsburg turtle is alive, well, and apparently a male, reports the ASPCA. [Gowanus Lounge]

A Grand Theft Auto enthusiast with way too much time on his-or-her hands has matched up the real New York City buildings with their Liberty City counterparts. [Gawker]

The opening of New York City’s new $13 million wedding bureau, designed by Mayor Bloomberg’s personal decorator, will be delayed until September at least. [amNY]

A Bear Stearns executive unloaded his Park Avenue co-op for $9.17 million. [TRD]

Starbucks unveiled its +Energy formula today, in the coffee chain’s latest "ploy to return to relevancy." Stayed tuned tomorrow morning to see if it’s any good. [Eater]

The Afternoon Wrap: Tuesday