Eye Opener: Everybody's Mad in Jersery

Mario Batali unveils “Whole Foods meets Bloomingdales.” [WSJ]

Bloomberg invokes Daniel Pearl in defending the mosque, Pearl’s father says it should be moved. [NYDN]

MTA nixes plan for seatless subways. [NYDN]

The Mark Hotel is looking for Goldman’s help. [WSJ]

David Pogue loves the new Kindle. [NYT]

Everyone’s mad about New Jersey’s Race to the Top Performance. [NYT]

Quentin Tarintino will be roasted at the Friar’s Club in the fall. [NYP]

Manhattan DA probes the affairs of a missing 104-year-old heiress. [NYP]

American Apparel may run fewer awful ads. They’ll still be awful, but there may be fewer. [WWD]

Langston Hughes‘ house hits the market. [Curbed] Eye Opener: Everybody's Mad in Jersery