Herman Behr Mansion on Sale for $12 Million

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Councilman Al Vann, have you responded yet to those irate letters about that trash-strewn lot on Throop between Jefferson and Hancock? It sure looks pretty nasty. [Bed-Stuy Blog]
Brooklyn Heights: The Herman Behr Mansion on Pierrepont Street, which has housed a survivor of the Titanic, prostitutes, and Franciscans monks, is on sale for $12 million. [Brooklyn Eagle via McBrooklyn]
Greenpoint: Acid-tongued blogger Miss Heather can't decide which she hates more: this Fedders-type eyesore on North Henry Street or the Brooklyn Paper. [Newyorkshitty]
Midtown East: Oh, no! This Sunday is the last day for Madison Avenue's Dahesh Museum of Art, which features nineteenth- and twentieth-century European artists. Dahesh, we hardly knew ye. [NewYorkology]
Upper East Side: This area single gal is disgusted with new TV show Gossip Girl's depiction of her hood … and wants today's vapid girl teens to have more role models like Condi Rice. [Upper East Side Informer]
Williamsburg: It's not fair that East River State Park closes so early that you have to watch the sunset through locked gates, is it? [I'm Not Sayin', I'm Just Sayin']