Decorative Busts from the East Village’s Past as Little Germany; What Made the ‘I Love Lucy’ Apartments So Lovable

Posted On Tue, July 21, 2015 By

Posted On Tue, July 21, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • The East Village may no longer be considered Little Germany, but there are still decorative elements that remind us of its rich history. [Off the Grid]
  • An app paired with Bluetooth beacons can help the blind navigate the subway system. [PSFK]
  • Follow one director as he struggles to capture the fast-disappearing essence of the Lower East Side in his film “Off Track Betty.” [NY Times]
  • A new study suggests that living near trees (the bigger, the better!) can make you feel seven years younger—or $10,000 richer. [Fast Co. Exist]
  • Congrats Dead Rabbit in FiDi! They just won the Spirited Award for World’s Best Bar. [DNAinfo]
  • Six reasons why we will always love the apartments in “I Love Lucy.”  [House Beautiful]

Images: Hippocrates via GVSHP’s Off the Grid blog (L); “I Love Lucy” image via CBS Photo Archives (R)



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