Loch Ness Monster on 21st?

Bedford-Stuyvesant: City bus operator James Breland has lived in the hood for 57 years, and there is “nothing” about the area that he’d change (least of all that sweet-sounding three-story limestone he owns)! [Bed-Stuy Blog]
Chelsea: There’s a Loch Ness monster on 21st between Sixth and Seventh! (Well, when the subway passes underneath, that is.) Watch this cool video! [Gothamist]
East Village: We’ve long waited for an excuse to feature the stream-of-consciousness, syntax-lite ramblings of this anti-development E.V. blogger, and today, dammit, we wait no longer. Oh, Suzannah! [Suzannah B. Troy]

Harlem:: Macy’s may come to the big new office complex planned for 125th Street. It’s changing so fast up here — can we at least get a black Santa at Christmas? [Real Deal]
Lower East Side: A landlord here is telling rent-stabilized tenants that the whole building’s been deregulated, but many in the peanut gallery call this a nonkosher scam. [Curbed]
Park Slope: The redo of Prospect Park’s Wollman Ice Rink — into not one but two ice rinks plus a roller rink! — will really cost $75 mil, not $50 mil, park officials confessed. [NYDN]
Williamsburg: When even a “former music writer” who lives near hipster club Studio B is complaining about the noise levels, you know locals ain’t happy about the club’s soon-to-open rooftop space. [VV via Williamsburg Is Dead]