Best Rock Climbing Gyms in the City; Murky History of Gowanus Canal; Millions of Birds Migrating Through Brooklyn

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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 New Renderings of Handel Architects’ Torqued 43-Story Rental Underway Near Grand Central
  • Artnet News New York's 10 Best Public Art Installations for Fall
  • Business Insider Amazing Facts About New York City’s Rats
  • Brownstoner Greenpoint Salvation Army Closes
  • Brokelyn The Lowdown on Rock Climbing Gyms in New York City
  • Brooklyn Magazine Get Hungry: Faro in Bushwick Will Offer a 12-Hour Feast This Sunday
  • Chelsea Now Nightmare Horror Show Brings Terror to the Theater
  • Curbed NY The Fascinating, Murky History of Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal
  • Ditmas Park Corner Massive Prospect Park South Yard Sale This Saturday and Sunday
  • DNAinfo New York Horse Patrol Ending in Lower East Side’s ‘Hell Square’
  • Forgotten New York Crasher’s Pharmacy, Bedford-Stuyvesant
  • Gothamist Union Square Is About to Get a Lot More Vegan
  • Grist There Are Too Many Trucks Coming Into New York City
  • The Lo-Down Small Business Jobs Survival Act Gains 24th Sponsor
  • Metro PHOTOS: Gracie Mansion Open Again for Public Tours in November
  • The New Republic The Dakota: New York’s First Mega-Luxury Apartments
  • The New York Times Superheroes: Born in New York City
  • Roosevelt Islander #Todayinny Photographer Grace Cavallo Visits Aunt Anne Who Was 7th Person to Move to Roosevelt Island in 1976-Snaps Beautiful East River Waterfront Skyline Picture From Roosevelt Island
  • Sheepshead Bites Here's What You Need to Know About the Millions of Birds Migrating Through Brooklyn
  • Time Out New York The 11 Types of Subway Pole Grips You'll Encounter on the Train
  • Tribeca Citizen Loft Peeping:14,000-Square-Foot Triplex Penthouse
  • Untapped Cities NYC Photographer Jill Freedman Highlights the City’s Lost and Lonely
  • Vice Talking 1970s New York, Boring Politicians, and Pussy Riot With Richard Hell
  • WSJ Gracie Mansion Art Gets a Diversity Makeover
Matt Coneybeare

Matt Coneybeare

Founder, Publisher and Editor-in-Chief

Matt enjoys exploring the City's food scene with his Wife and the outdoors with their three dogs. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time working from a treadmill desk at home.

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