New Mamoun's Opens on St. Marks; Abandoned Brooklyn Police Stations; Vintage New Yorker Advertisements From 1949

Mamoun's Famous Falafel | 119 MacDougal Street
Mamoun's Famous Falafel | 119 MacDougal Street
Photo: JaysDMC

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.

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  • Daytonian in Manhattan The Lost 3rd Unitarian Church -- Nos. 54-56 West 40th Street
  • Ephemeral New York The Beautiful Apartment House Hidden From View
  • E.V. Grieve The New Mamouns Opens Today on St. Marks Place
  • Fresh NYC NYC Apartments - What Can Renters Afford
  • Gothamist Tiny Triangle Lot on Williamsburg-Greenpoint Border Becomes an Indie Radio Station
  • LTV Squad Brooklyn’s Abandoned 68th and 75th Police Stations
  • NY City Lens 'Candlelit' Empire State Building Celebrates 85 Years
  • Second Ave. Sagas A Few Thoughts on Subway Ridership Numbers
  • Stuff Nobody Cares About 10 Vintage Advertisements From the New Yorker in 1949
  • Thrillist Every NYC Summer Festival You Need to Go to
  • Tribeca Citizen The 19 New Buildings Under Construction in Tribeca
  • Untapped Cities The Top 12 Historical Secrets of the Gowanus Canal

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