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Condos and Beer (Which Could Well Be New York's New Motto)

Bed-Stuy: A new wave of Bed-Stuy condos go where no condos have gone before. (East, of course). [Brownstoner] Boerum Hill: Mmmm, beer: Cask Ale Festival kicks off at the Brazen Head on Atlantic Avenue. [Brooklyn Record] Soho: Bedbugs chase Maya Rudolph and Paul Thomas Anderson from Greene Street. [NYP] Financial District: A 24-hour diner will invade Gold Street in January. As if bankers don't just order in, anyway. [MetroNY] East Village: "Loanshark Bob" Marion returns to Avenue A after years of absence. Hooray. [Neither More Nor Less]

It's Not Easy Being Green

Lower East Side: Developers may mow over the "Children's Magical Garden" at Norfolk and Stanton Streets. [The Villager] Park Slope: You can now get ticketed for having a leafy street. [Daily Slope] Ditmas Park: Lefty java joint Vox Pop to turn chain? [Brooklyn Papers] Greenwich Village: Why are there so many empty storefronts on Thompson Street? Because the landlord is an ass, naturally. [Curbed] Prospect Heights: Does a shiny new JCC mark the completion of gentrification? [Brooklynian] Dyker Heights: By next year, city kids will be teeing off at the first junior golf center in the nation. [NY1]