The return of the Fedora (Jeremiah's Vanishing NY)
38 Delancey ready for action! — Except for the part about not having a Web site (BoweryBoogie)
Matt Harvey talks to Richard Hell about "Destiny Street Repaired (NYPress)
A new Figaro Cafe for Bleeker? (NY Barfly)
Fight turns deadly at Project Rescue shelter on the Bowery (Runnin' Scared)
OTB is broke; has a fleet of 87 cars (The New York Times)
Former police cadet robs Avenue A bank branch (Daily News)
Crooks posed as cops for ATM holdup on 13th Street and Avenue B (NY1)
The history of Wigstock (Ephemeral New York)
The Post rips off another blog (New York Shitty)
"Kiss Loves You" plays Friday at the Anthology Film Archives (Slum Goddess)
Save the date for the Lost New York conference (Patell and Waterman's History of New York)
Old Yankee Stadium continues to be torn down (Demolition of Yankee Stadium)
The lead to yesterday's TGI Friday's feature in the Post:
It's Friday night, and an unruly parade of tipsy, young New Yorkers spills out from a popular Manhattan bar and onto the sidewalk, blocking foot traffic and drawing complaints from irate neighbors.
But this isn't the East Village, and the bar in question isn't Le Souk.
The year is 1965, and the new hot spot is T.G.I. Friday's -- Friday's for short -- on the northeast corner of 63rd Street and First Avenue.
And now on newsstands...