Fresh Direct Caught Green Handed

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    NEW YORK - JULY 11: A cyclist makes his way down Broadway on the newly painted section called Broadway Boulevard in midtown Manhattan July 11, 2008 in New York City. New York is in the process of creating a public esplanade with a bicycle lane and pedestrian traffic on Broadway in midtown Manhattan following an initiative by Mayor Michael Bloomberg. (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

    On Saturday at the Habana Outpost a community organization will hold a seminar about rooftop solar power systems. [Clinton Hill Blog]

    A look at the troubling history of the Smith Street Abadi warehouse demolition. [Pardon Me For Asking]

    Fresh Direct, the popular food delivery service, was caught committing the ultimate sin for organic-hearted city dwellers -- parking in a bike lane. A spokesperson said they shouldn't be doing that. [NYC The Blog]

    The Jane Street Hotel is bending to the demands of its protesters, "voluntarily choosing to make a few minor physical adjustments" after a neighbor's campaign to shut its doors. [Gothamist]

    There will be a walking tour of occult in New York this Sunday, taking participants from Grand Central Station to the Marble Collegiate Church. [Boing Boing]