–Gothamist reports that CBGB is reopening a a restaurant in the Newark Airport; “fare will include $9 deviled eggs, an $11.50 wedge salad, and a $14 cheeseburger.”
—NY1 takes an in-depth look at Glenwood Management, the large real estate firm that played a prominent role in Sheldon Silver’s federal corruption trial.
—Indie Wire notes that the new Metrograph independent theater is still aiming for a February opening on Ludlow Street.
–The state has allocated $1.5 million for the creation of a memorial to the victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, the Times reports.
—EV Grieve has video showing the grinch who stole packages from a building on East 3rd Street.
–Those sexy art handlers have made a calendar to benefit the Bowery Mission, Art Net News reports.