Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Brooklyn Roots; Barely Any Public Toilets in NYC; South Street Seaport's Famous Ships

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"My mother told me to be a lady. And for her, that meant be your own person, be independent." - The Notorious Ruth Bader Ginsburg PS. We are doing a giveaway in about an hour. Stay tuned!

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 The Notorious RBG: Exploring Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Brooklyn Roots
  • Brokelyn Sunshine Laundromat put Plan B in a vending machine as a joke, but it’s no laughing matter
  • Brooklyn Paper Brooklyn Flea Is Fleeing Williamsburg
  • Daytonian in Manhattan The 1906 Thompson Mansion – Nos. 36-38 East 67th Street
  • DNAinfo New York Kanye West Pop-Up Shop Coming to SoHo This Weekend
  • Guest of a Guest Things Got Wild at Art Production Fund’s Concrete Jungle Gala
  • Gothamist Photos: Heres Penn Station on St. Patricks Day
  • New York Times With Few Public Toilets, New York Has No Place to Go if You Have to Go
  • Serious Eats Special Sauce: Marco Canora on Keeping Calm Under Fire
  • StreetsBlog NYC Parking Requirements Will Be Reduced in a Huge Chunk of NYC
  • Tectonic 220 Central Park South, NYC
  • Untapped Cities 10 Ships That Have Called NYC’s South Street Seaport Home
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Matt Coneybeare

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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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