See Broome and Allen in the 1930s; Free Workout Classes in NYC; Say Goodbye to Long-Running High Line Art Installation

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 Fisher Brothers’ Curving Rental Tower at 225 East 39th Street Reaches Full Height
  • Bowery Boogie What Life was Like at Broome and Allen During the 1930s [PHOTOS]
  • Daytonian in Manhattan The Delafield-Bloomberg Mansion - No. 17 East 79th Street
  • DNAinfo New York Heres Why NYCs Parks Have More WWI Memorials Than WWII Memorials
  • E.V. Grieve The Tang Bringing Chinese Noodles and Wraps to 120 1st Ave.
  • Long Island City Post "Plastique" Exhibit Uses Plaxall Technology for New Artwork
  • Thrillist Forget Classpass: These NYC Group Workouts & Classes are Totally Free
  • Times News Weekly Clinton Diner has Been Bringing the Big Screen to Maspeth for Decades
  • Untapped Cities High Line’s Longest Running Art Installation is Coming Down, The River That Flows Both Ways
  • Uptown Collective Marcus Samuelsson: The Restaurant King of Harlem

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