The Afternoon Wrap: Monday

The season five Top Chef contestants revealed (sort of). [Eater]

On Sunday, hundreds of pseudo subversive rabble rousers celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Tompkins Square riots with the first of two concerts. [Neither more nor less]

The rezoning of Willetts Point has hit another snag as the city’s largest land acquisition deal with an auto parts salvage yard looks in danger of falling apart. [Crain’s]

The Port Authority intensified its efforts to block the Bush administration’s plan to auction off air space at New York City’s airports. [City Room]

Rumors are swirling about an unpaid, female Goldman Sachs intern who allegedly took up stripping at night to pay the bills. [Dealbreaker]

Jamie-Lynn Sigler, aka Meadow Soprano, sold her Tribeca loft. [City File]

Former Bear Stearns chief Jimmy Cayne tries to position himself as a Wall Street martyr in an interview with Fortune. [Fortune]

The Afternoon Wrap: Monday