Celebrating Halloween in the West Village in 1993; St. Paul’s Chapel Unveils 9/11 Chapel of Remembrance

Posted On Mon, October 31, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, October 31, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • St. Paul’s Chapel, Manhattan’s oldest church that survived the September 11th attacks without even a broken window, marks its 250th anniversary by unveiling a 9/11 Chapel of Remembrance. [NBC]
  • 10 “trumpkins” that are making Halloween great again. [Inhabitat]
  • There are 47 gravestones at the Old Southampton Burial Ground on Long Island, but a cemetery-mapping service found close to 2,000 graves. [NYT]
  • Photographer Gregoire Alessandrini shares his pictures of the Village on Halloween in 1993. [Atlas Obscura]
  • These Victorian haunted houses are actually made of LEGOs. [Architizer]
  • And in more LEGO news, the the Brick Khalifa (get it?!) is the world’s tallest structure made from the blocks. [Architizer]

© Gregoire Alessandrini (L)



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