Things had been progressing according to plan in Curbed's fifth annual Neighborhood of the Year competition, but a pair of Cinderellas finally found their glass slippers. An extended weekend of voting couldn't prevent two big upsets: #13 Downtown Brooklyn eking out a win against #4 Columbus Circle (Edward Durrell Stone's revenge?), and the #14 Old East Village knocking out the Upper East Bowery (#3). Bowery fans are invited to drown their sorrows at the Cooper Square Hotel's honor bar. Two more microneighborhood matchups are coming up today. Will more favorites fall?!