New "Reverse Speakeasy" in West Village; Old New York Slang; Best Looking Subway Stations in the City

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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 RAAD-Designed Bushwick Building May Have the World’s Largest Urban Farm
  • Bedford + Bowery What’s a ‘Reverse Speakeasy’? We’re About to Find Out
  • Brooklyn Magazine Inside the Meat Hook’s Brand New Williamsburg Space
  • Brownstoner How Master Builder Robert Moses Transformed Brooklyn as We Know It
  • Daytonian in Manhattan The George F. Brush House -- No. 79 Greenwich Avenue
  • Ephemeral New York Subway Riders at the New Grand Central Terminal
  • Gothamist New Delhi's Most Celebrated Restaurant Has Opened A NYC Location
  • The Independent Armory Show: One of Largest Collections of African Art to Go on Display in New York
  • Inhabitat Landscape Architect Behind the High Line Designs a Breathtaking Rooftop Garden in Brooklyn Dock Street Rooftop Terrace by James Corner Field Operations
  • The Nation Construction Is Dangerous Work
  • New York Magazine The 5 Best-Looking Subway Stations in New York
  • The New York Times Hey, Sport! ​Know Your Old New York Slang?
  • Second Ave. Sagas On Staten Island, de Blasio’s Light Rail Proposal Creates More Frustration
  • Time Out New York 25 Things That Were Invented in NYC
  • Thrillist The 12 Best Restaurants and Bars Near Grand Central
  • Untapped Cities 12 of NYC’s Lost Subway and Rail Lines
  • Vanishing New York Last Meal at 69 Bayard

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