A NYC guide to Thursday’s Primaries; Can the MTA cool the subway off like London?

Posted On Mon, September 10, 2018 By

Posted On Mon, September 10, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Via 6sqft (L); Via WNYC/Flickr (R)

  • The New York Blood Center is holding nearly 100 blood drives across the NYC metro region to honor those who lost their lives on 9/11. [Metro NY]
  • First came the two Targets, now a Marshalls is opening next to Katz’s. Is the Lower East Side “already gone” to gentrification? [NYDN]
  • A guide for NYC residents to voting in Thursday’s primaries. [NYC Votes]
  • 6sqft photographers James and Karla Murray have an Instagram of vintage storefronts that is pure NYC nostalgia. [Vogue]
  • Speaking of storefronts… here’s a panoramic view of the staggering numbers of vacant storefronts along the city’s once-popular retail corridors. [NYT]
  • London has tested out several ways to cool its Tube stations. Can the MTA follow suit? [Vice]



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