NoMad Is Hot, Again; Small Dairies Are Having a Moment

• The Post calls out new "hot spots," such as Chock Full o'Nuts, in that neighborhood real-estate agents won't stop trying to brand as NoMad. Hmmm, that sounds familiar. [NYP]

• Moo-ve over, big ag, small dairies are all the rage in New York. [WSJ

• In case you're in the market: Atlanta institution Ann's Snack Bar, famous for its big, messy $9.50 "Ghetto Burger," is for sale. [NYT]

• Because offering a weight-loss plan that's actually rumored to work is probably bad for business, Weight Watchers has dispensed with its popular Points system in favor of a new one, dubbed PointsPlus. [USAT]

• With Four Loko on the way out, alcoholic whipped cream might just prove the next big trend in teenage boozing. And in other news, Varsity Blues just inked a deal for another movie. [NYDN]

• For no reason other than to toy with the American consumer, McDonald's will retire the McRib indefinitely on December 5. [USAT]

• The Senate will finally vote today on that food-safety bill, which now has the support of a number of large corporations, including Cargill and Campbell Soup. [USAT]