The Chelsea Hotel Undergoes a Voice Change

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Someone who lives on this cute block has a thing against homeless people. Or hipsters. We can't tell which. [newyorkshitty]
Chelsea: After 30 years as the voice of the Chelsea Hotel, telephone operator Amy Miller is retiring. Bet she's heard some bad verbiage in her days. [Living with Legends]
Cobble Hill: Are those yellow boxes on top of this Walentas building going to be bulkheads or illegal beachy cabana things? Only time and angry neighbors will tell. [Brooklyn Paper]

Harlem: Could Jelani Day, the Northeastern-educated 22-year-old Harlemite, be the new face of rap? [Uptown Flavor]
Staten Island: Four Staten Islanders were included in a group indictment of eight alleged members of the Luchese crime family. [Staten Island Advance]
Williamsburg: The latest in obnoxiously hip get-a-grip advertising for the new Edge residential complex hits print. [Copyranter]