The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday

CBS debuts its new documentary tonight, "Untold Wealth: The Rise of the Superrich," giving viewers a glimpse into the relative deprivation experienced by the elite. [Wealth Report]

The company that manufactures the screens in 13,000 New York City cabs is adding entertainment content from two new entertainment sites. God forbid you should be deprived the latest up-to-the-minute report on Brangelina’s trip to the market. [City Room]

The new venture from the owners of the Bowery Hotel is charging $100 per night for a 50-square-foot room (with flat screen T.V. of course). [NY Times]

Curbed readers’ reactions to the $15 million Waterfalls exhibit today varied from "This is the Shiznitz" to "This is the stupidest thing I’ve ever seen." [Curbed]

This week was not a good one for the city’s indie book shops. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

Florent is closing on Sunday, but the staff will be back two days later when the landlord re-opens R & L Restaurant, the diner that occupied the space before the French bistro. [Eater]

After the owners of a massive Hamptons McMansion foreclosed late last year, the list price was cut from $27 million to $19.5 million. [Dealbreaker] The Afternoon Wrap: Thursday