The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday

After almost three decades of hyperbole, Bon Jovi finally got the Parks Department to admit that the capacity of the

After almost three decades of hyperbole, Bon Jovi finally got the Parks Department to admit that the capacity of the Great Lawn is not as great as they thought. [NY Times]

Here’s a guide to the best black-and-white cookies in the city. [Gridskipper]

In another sign that the Village is not what it once was, President Bush’s cousin paid almost $14 million for a townhouse on East 10th Street. [TRD]

"Strong anti-Hispanic and anti-Latino sentiment" pulses through the town of Southampton, the owners of the Hampton Bays Diner charge in a suit. We’d probably classify it as latent. [City File]

A look inside the Williamsburg restaurant backed by the late Heath Ledger. [Grub Street]

Chelsea residents are rallying against another planned condo-hotel project, and while they’re not too late this time, it’s probably a losing battle regardless. [Curbed]

Williamsburg’s first bowling alley will also be home to its first Blue Ribbon. [Eater] The Afternoon Wrap: Wednesday