Whole Foods Brings Beetles; Are They Organic?

Brooklyn Heights: The focus is not on area kiddies but rather on their hardworking nannies in a St. Francis College photo exhibit. [Brooklyn Eagle]
Chelsea: You’ve heard of slow food. Now get ready for a "slow park" — that is how starchitects Scofidio and Diller described their in-progress High Line last night. [Blog Chelsea]
Downtown Brooklyn: While an Underground Railroad site fights for its life on one side of Duffield Street, 500 new hotel units are going up on the other. [Brownstoner]
Dumbo: The streets are torn up because KeySpan is installing new power lines. But the utility company promises it'll restore those prized Belgian blocks. Cobbly! [DumboNYC]
Lower East Side: Ever since Whole Foods moved in downstairs, residents of the glossy new Avalon Christie have been facing a beetle deluge, they say. [Racked]
Rego Park: A new shopping center in the shadow of Lefrak City will house a Kohl’s, a Century 21, and (yet another) Home Depot. [QueensCrap]
Williamsburg: Oil has mysteriously oozed from the ground at North 11th and Roebling Street, and for some reason that's making folks think twice about buying a swank new condo there. [Gowanus Lounge]