Tuesday, January 24, 2017


Mapping the rise and fall of wealth across Europe (CityLab)
After hours: capturing the journey home from New York City's gay nightclubs (Guardian)
Shuffle 200,000 Tracks from European Sound Archives (Hyperallergic)
The Bronx River Greenway: Then and Now - A look at how the 23-mile Bronx River Greenway revitalized the Bronx as NYC’s greenest borough (NYC Parks)
Review: In ‘The Tempest,’ Liberation and Exhilaration (NY Times)
How a Young Donald Trump Forced His Way From Avenue Z to Manhattan - Wayne Barrett (Village Voice)
Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's a Great Sex Pistols Memoir (Houston Press)
Bears, deer, and woodland scenes inside the Old Chelsea Post Office (Ephemeral New York)
Philip Roth on Trump (New Yorker):
"...ignorant of government, of history, of science, of philosophy, of art, incapable of expressing or recognizing subtlety or nuance, destitute of all decency, and wielding a vocabulary of seventy-seven words that is better called Jerkish than English.”
A new exhibition at the South Street Seaport: The Original Gus Wagner: The Maritime Roots of Modern Tattoo (Waterfront Alliance)
Artist Studios Moving Sale - Friday January 27, 2017, 168 7th Street (Trestle Gallery)

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