Daily Link Fix: The “Glory Days” of Port Authority; Block of 121st Street Named George Carlin Way

Posted On Thu, October 23, 2014 By

Posted On Thu, October 23, 2014 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Gothamist looks back at the glory days of Port Authority Bus Terminal One of today’s ugliest buildings, it was once considered “revolutionary” and “magnificent.” Huh?…
  • After years of hurdles, a block of West 121st Street is renamed George Carlin Way, honoring the street where the famous comedian grew up. More on the Village Voice.
  • The iconic Palm Court at the Plaza Hotel reopens today with pricey tea service, according to Eater NY.
  • It’s a new take on the battle of the coasts. Co.Design has a fun map of how San Franciscans see New York City.
  • Have you seen the 20-foot Lego Statue of Liberty in Madison Square Park? Check it out on Untapped Cities.

Images: Port Authority today via Wiki Commons (L); George Carlin Way via Getty Images (R)

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