Here’s a roundup of what we’ve been reading this week.

All Cheetos resto, with elevated menu, comes to NYC next week (Eater) – Celebrity chef Anne Burrell will open a pop-up restaurant in Tribeca next where all the dishes will feature Cheetos. Featured items include Cheetos meatballs and “Cheetos Sweetos crusted cheesecake.” Yum.

Progress at LGA … Renderings for New Delta terminal are released (Curbed) – On Tuesday, Governor Cuomo celebrated the groundbreaking for the construction for the new Delta terminal at LaGuardia Airport and also released new renderings for the project. Looks like the terminal will feature a Jeff Koons puppy. Woof.

In the face of financial hardship, churches and synagogues across the city look to sell their properties (The New York Times) – Religious congregations in New York City are increasingly dealing with declining attendance, donations and membership dues and in response are considering selling their most valuable asset — their real estate. In some neighborhoods, communities are organizing to oppose these sales. Lord have mercy.

To improve the subways and provide Metrocards for low income riders, De Blasio will tax wealthy New Yorkers. (Gothamist) – Mayor De Blasio announced a proposal to impose a .5 percent tax on individual New Yorkers who make over $500,000 or couples who make over $1 million. The tax will subsidize lower-fare Metrocards for low income riders and improvements to the ailing subway system. Hallelujah.

Brooklyn streets named after Confederate generals will not be changed (6sqft) – Despite petitions from local politicians, the U.S. Army opted not to change two streets in the Fort Hamilton section of Brooklyn named after Robert E. Lee and Thomas Jonathan (Stonewall) Jackson. Oy vey.

Con Ed and the MTA will team up to end the summer of hell (NYT) – Governor Cuomo announced plans for a joint overhaul of the MTA’s power systems with Con Ed’s help. In the past year, power problems were responsible for more than 32,000 subway delays. Eeep.

“Delayed” pilsner, Blue Point’s newest brew, taps into the city’s zeitgeist (AM New York) – You can get cans of Blue Point’s “Delayed” pilsner at the Shake Shack in Penn Station … while you wait for your inevitably delayed train. Cheers!

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