Morning Links: Coney Island Shenanigans, Joe Moinian, Pop-Tarts Sushi


Craving something called “Pop-Tarts Sushi”? Lucky you. Pop-Tarts cafe opens tomorrow in Times Square. (NYT)

Coney Island landlord Zamperla threatens boardwalk mainstays with eviction. (NYP)

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Also in Coney Island: landlord tries to evict ailing tenant for feeding pigeons. (NYP)

There was a shark scare at Rockaway Beach. (NYP)

Reports of Joe Moinian’s early demise are “greatly exaggerated.” (WSJ)

Comptroller Liu slams Bloomberg administration’s homeless housing program. (NYT)

New Joseph Gordon-Levitt movie annoys Upper West Side. (Daily News)

The American Folk Art Museum can no longer make payments on debt that financed its new home. (NYT)

Want to buy a Hamptons hotel? Good timing. Five are now on the market. (NYP)

On New York’s nearly 900 privately owned streets. (Daily News)