Viewing NYC on Instagram, November 13th, 2018

Williamsburg Bridge, New York, New York. Photo via @chihoboken #viewingnyc #newyork #newyorkcity #nyc #sunsets
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Coney Island Polar Bear Plunge Registration; Tiltz Arcade Bar in Bushwick; Midtown's Abandoned Mojave Desert Subway Car

Coney Island Polar Bear Plunge
Coney Island Polar Bear Plunge
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There is a lot of stuff going on the City, and we can't write about it all. Here are some interesting things some of our friends have written up lately.

  • 6sqft ⇒ In Honor of the World War I Armistice Centennial, the City's Memorials Get Refurbished
  • Bklyner ⇒ Registration Is Open for the 2019 Coney Island Polar Bear Plunge
  • Brooklyn Heights Blog ⇒ Cadman Park Cleanup Sunday
  • Brooklyn Paper ⇒ Dumb-No! New Towers Will Ruin Nabe’s View of Empire State Building Framed by Manhattan Bridge, Locals Say
  • Bushwick Daily ⇒ Bushwick Welcomes Tiltz, a New Classic Arcade Themed Sports Bar
  • Curbed NY ⇒ Harassment on NYC Public Transportation Means Women Spend More Than Men
  • Daytonian in Manhattan ⇒ The Francis F. Palmer House - 74 Riverside Drive
  • Gothamist ⇒ This Old Subway Car Living Inside an Empty Midtown Storefront Was Found in the Mojave Desert
  • Greenpointers ⇒ The Local Roots of “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn" Celebrated
  • Thrillist ⇒ Meet the Badass 'Jeerleaders' That Bring Gotham Girls Roller Derby to Life
  • Untapped Cities ⇒ 10 of the Smallest Things in NYC, From the New Book TINY New York
  • West Side Rag ⇒ R.I.P. To Stan Lee, Another Iconic Artist Who Grew Up on the Upper West Side