No More Sisyphus Stones in Fort Washington Park; Pop-Up Pencil Museum on SI; Hank's Saloon Finds New Home

Sisyphus Stones, Fort Washington Park, Manhattan
Sisyphus Stones, Fort Washington Park, Manhattan

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 ⇒ Travel on a 1920s Ocean Liner in the Historic Cunard Building's New Multimedia Event
  • Bklyner ⇒ Hank's Saloon Finds New Home at Hill Country Food Park
  • Brooklyn Paper ⇒ Forward, Arch! Grand Army Plaza’s Historic Structure Will Welcome Visitors Following Repairs
  • Daytonian in Manhattan ⇒ The Fanny Brice House - 306 West 76th Street
  • Gothamist ⇒ Photos: A Tea-Themed Instagram Installation Opens in Tribeca
  • Greenpointers ⇒ There Is a Pop-Up Pencil Museum Devoted to Eberhard Faber Pencils on Staten Island! - Greenpointers
  • LTV Squad ⇒ Abandoned Houses of Astoria & LIC, a Retrospective - LTV Squad
  • New York Times ⇒ New York Is Just a Bowl of Chinese Noodles
  • The Lo-Down ⇒ PR Push Begins for New Essex Street Market | the Lo-Down : News From the Lower East Side
  • Thrillist ⇒ How to Become a Cyclist and Avoid NYC’s Ongoing Transit Apocalypse
  • Untapped Cities ⇒ Fort Washington Park’s Gravity Defying “Sisyphus Stones” Comes to an End
  • Welcome2TheBronx ⇒ 5 Amazing West African Restaurants in the Bronx - Welcome2TheBronx™

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