City Council wants half-price MetroCards for low-income New Yorkers; Essex Street Market to hold a block party

Posted On Wed, April 11, 2018 By

Posted On Wed, April 11, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Photo via Ged Carroll/Flickr (L); Via Essex Street Market (R)

  • If you have nothing else to spend $40 on, you can sign up for a “goat yoga” class in Bushwick. [NYP]
  • Seth Meyers’ wife gave birth to their second child in the lobby of their Greenwich Village apartment building. [Page Six]
  • The City Council’s proposed budget would include $212 million to pay for half-price MetroCards for New Yorkers living under the poverty line. [NYDN]
  • An eight-story hotel proposed for the site next to the historic Merchant’s House Museum is drawing criticism from preservationists. [EV Grieve]
  • Ali Wentworth and George Stephanopoulos’ $6 million Southampton estate finds a buyer. [Curbed Hamptons]
  • Before it moves to its new Essex Crossing location, the historic Essex Street Market will hold a block party. [The Lo-Down]



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