Election night block party at President and Clinton Streets; 2.5 ton Gingerbread Village arrives this week

Posted On Mon, November 7, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, November 7, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Some clearly pro-Hillary supporters in Boerum Hill are organizing a public, election night block party at President and Clinton Streets. [Facebook]
  • But the Clinton campaign cancelled their election night firework display over the Hudson River. [Gothamist]
  • If he’s elected President, the Secret Service would “strongly recommend’’ that Donald Trump not stay at his Trump Tower penthouse when he’s in the city. [NYP]
  • The enforcement of a new Airbnb law that would impose fines of up to $7,500 on those offering illegal short-term rentals has been delayed at least three weeks, just in time for the holiday tourist season. [WSJ]
  • Every year, Chef Jon Lovitch constructs the world’s largest Gingerbread Village at the New York Hall of Science. This year, he hopes his 5,000-pound creation will beat his own Guinness World Record . [NYP]

 

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