The Afternoon Wrap: Friday

The Brooklyn Flea defended secular values last night against critics in Fort Greene who decried the detrimental effects the weekly market has on the community, including impeding the "Christian Sabbath." [Racked]

Jonathan Miller finds some heart in San Francisco, no iPhones. [Matrix]

The pesky cab TV screens that just won’t turn off. [Gothamist]

Hotel King McSam has sold his Times Square parcel in the early phase of construction for $59 million. [TRD]

A few former brokers apparently just didn’t want to Shvo–they defected and started their own brokerage. [Curbed]

The Afternoon Wrap: Friday