Bloomingdale’s iconic train car restaurant is closing; the USPS has a package-tracking ornament

Posted On Thu, December 22, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, December 22, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Le Train Bleu, Bloomingdale’s French bistro modeled after a historic train dining car, will close on December 28th after 37 years. [Untapped]
  • A new app called Shovler will let New Yorkers hire last-minute snow shovelers. [Brick Underground]
  • The U.S. Postal Service made an ornament that changes color based on when a holiday package is out for delivery, reaches its destination, and is opened by the recipient. [Engadget]
  • When do you outgrow IKEA? Apparently at age 34. [Priceonomics]
  • Those mourning the loss of Cobble Hill’s beloved BookCourt can buy the shop’s bookshelves for $500. [Brokelyn]

Images: Le Train Bleu via Alphabet Soup (L); The Most Wonderful Ornament via USPS (R)




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