92 Years of Architecture Through Time Magazine Covers; NY Accent on Its Way Out

Posted On Thu, February 5, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, February 5, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Brush up on architectural history through Time magazine covers from 1923 to now. [Curbed]
  • Most New Yorkers leave their houses at 8am, according to this interactive map of when Americans leave for work. [FlowingData]
  • If this isn’t romantic, we don’t know what is. Take a Valentine’s Day tour of the Newtown Creek sewage plant’s digester eggs. [Gothamist]
  • Sean Lennon’s not the only one pissing his neighbors off. Here’s a list of the 29 worst celebrity neighbors. [Vulture]
  • Fuhgeddaboudit: Linguists say the New York accent is on its way out. [NPR]
  • Plus, check out 6sqft’s feature on Thrillist: 15 Amazing NYC Apartments That Used to Be Something Else.

Images: Magazine covers via Time (L); Robert De Niro (R)

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