History of NYC First Restaurant Delmonico's; Subway Wifi Etiquette Rules; New John Ahearn Sculptures in LES

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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.

  • Bedford + Bowery Disco Is Ah, Ah, Ah Stayin’ Alive at Museum of Sex’s New Exhibit Cum Nightclub
  • Bklyner Benefit Kitchen - an App to Help You Apply for Public Benefits
  • Brooklyn Street Art Sculptor John Ahearn Brings Iconic New Yorkers to Streets to Meet the Neighbors
  • Curbed NY Truman Capote Was Inspired by This $10.5M Brooklyn Heights Townhouse
  • Daytonian in Manhattan Furs, Motorcars and Bootleg Liquor -- Nos. 165-167 Mercer Street
  • EV Grieve Construction Watch: 688 Broadway, Aka 1 Great Jones Alley
  • Gothamist A Brief History of Delmonico's, New York City's First Restaurant
  • Long Island City Post City Council Passes Public Art Legislation, Sparked by Pink Sculpture Saga
  • Thrillist Every Mistake to Avoid When Using NYC's New Subway Wi-Fi
  • Untapped Cities The Lost Farmhouse and Cricket Grounds Under the Gilsey House in NYC’s NoMad

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