Flatbush Enters the Food Co-op Fray

Chelsea: The proliferation of noncontextual glass condos is driving area high schoolers to stab one another in front of the construction sites. [Vanishing New York]
Flatbush: Watch your back, Park Slope Food Co-op. The one here is moving into an old Associated market, and they've poached a Trader Joe's staffer to be their produce czar. [Ditmas Park Blog]
Jackson Heights: Wow, the scrappy hood beat out Manhattan's newly hot financial district in Curbed's Best Nabe of '07 competition. Now, can it trounce — gulp — Tribeca? [Curbed]

Richmond Hill: Drop everything and watch this cool audio slideshow of Queens' Indo-Caribbeans doing their weekly worship thing of the Hindu goddess Kali. Rock those colors! [Junction Boulevard]
Soho: A mural of seminal late-seventies-early-eighties graffiti art by Fab Five Freddy and Futura 2000 was discovered in a building preparing for a rehab. Quaalude references abound. [1010wins]
Union Square: As a perfect 2007 bookend to Wesley Autrey's subway heroism in January, a mean girl shoved a woman onto the tracks last night … but two nice holiday elves pulled her out before the train came. [Gothamist]
Williamsburg: Some folks want Brooklyn pols to know that you can preserve the Navy Yard's nineteenth-century buildings and still have a fabulous supermarket. Just look at this cute sketch! [Brownstoner]