Morning Links: Strippers, Emeril Lagasse, Fashion Week

Muslims have mixed views on mosque near Ground Zero. (NYT)

On the legacy of what was once known as Terminal City. (NYT)

NYT editorial board calls on Obama to address foreclosure problem. (NYT)

Fashion Week to expand into venues normally associated with high culture. (WSJ)

Gourmet food truck owners are awfully unfriendly to each other. (WSJ)

Lucky reporter profiles strip club near Ground Zero. (WSJ)

City demands Jayson Williams pay $16K for new honey locust street tree. (Daily News)

Part of Staten Island gets diverse. (WSJ)

Emeril Lagasse discounts midtown apartment, sells it. (WSJ)

Fordham University expansion plans get court approval. (WSJ)

Empire State Building vs. 15 Penn Plaza. (NYP)

On the potential demise of Coney Island’s Ruby’s. (NYP)

Some construction workers say they won’t work on mosque near Ground Zero. (Daily News)

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