That Amazing House From ‘Moonstruck’ Is Still Up for Grabs, Only Now It’s Cheaper!

Brooklyn Heights: The sale price of the Cranberry Street house where they filmed Moonstruck has dropped from $5 million to $3.95 million since early 2006. That’s still très Cher! [Brooklyn Heights Blog]
Coney Island: Astroland opens Sunday … possibly, for the second year in a row now, for its last season before major Coney development begins. [amNY]
East New York: It’s “the new Harlem,” did you know that? So if you’re bitter you didn’t buy uptown twenty years ago, you’ll want to buy here, where cribs are going for up to $300,000. [NYDN]

Forest Hills: Did you know it’s just one of the unassuming Queens hoods, including Kew Garden Hills and possibly even Middle Village, where Spitzer pimp Mark Brener worked his matchmaking magic? [Queens Chronicle]
Long Island City: What if the rumors are true and Clay Aiken is moving to the same Arris Lofts that superstar D.J. Danny Tenaglia just bought into? Will scary hard-house remixes of the Spamalot score rattle the building? [LIQCity]
Prospect Heights: Opponents of the long-controversial Atlantic Yards project aren’t happy that the Brooklyn Museum plans to honor the project’s kingpin, Bruce Ratner. [Atlantic Yards Report]
Washington Square Park: When the cops start cracking down on chess-table sandwich eaters who aren’t actually playing chess, you know that Washington Square Park’s wild and woolly days are finally over. [Villager]