Thursday, May 26, 2016


City Council Passes Criminal Justice Reform Act (Gotham Gazette)

Co-working company The Yard, takes entire building at 13th & Third (Commercial Observer)
“We’re seeing constant needs for authentic, beautiful and community-driven work spaces in growing neighborhoods nationwide,” Mr. Beyda said in prepared remarks. “Members tell us that they choose The Yard for its sophisticated business space, elegant environment and amenities, and we want to be able to offer these options to thriving communities outside of the Manhattan epicenter.”

London's empty towers mark a very British form of corruption (Guardian)

Monthly coloring book sessions for adults at Koelner Bier Halle will "bring out the inner child." (Brooklyn Paper)

Moondog Centennial today

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