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Bushwick: Teens here are flipping the bird to military recruiters, instead embracing Che Guevara and Cesar Chavez at their own social-justice high school. [Indypendent]
East Village: Is the end near for that infamous phone booth on Avenue A where “thousands of heroin orders have been placed”? [Neither More Nor Less]
Flatbush: The city wants to refurbish the grand but fading 1929 Loew’s Kings Theater, where Brooklyn beep Marty Markowitz got his first kiss. Sexy imagery like that should help accelerate the project. [Real Deal via Ditmas Park Blog]

Gramercy: “Barely Breathing”/Spring Awakening composer Duncan Sheik is looking to move here, putting his massive Soho live-work loft on the market for $2.85 million and relocating his studio space upstate. [NYT]
Midtown: Does Bear Stearns actually own its acclaimed 2001 Skidmore Owings Merrill building, which appears to be worth far more than the bargain-basement $236 million that JPMorgan just paid for Bear? [DealBreaker]
Riverdale: High-school students here are quietly enduring the unremitting boredom of a cultural-exchange program with kids from Maine. [Talk Bronx]
Turtle Bay: Linda Stasi thinks that “animals” putting up massive buildings are ruining this once-classy, synonymous-with-Hepburn hood. [NYP]