Go Inside NYC’s Oldest Home; When Your Couch Won’t Fit Through the Doorway

June 10, 2015
  • Tour the Lent-Riker-Smith homestead, the oldest “inhabited private dwelling” in the city, and possibly the country. [Curbed]
  • Watch an intricate pen-and-ink illustration of New York City get completed in just three minutes. [BK Mag]
  • These “depressingly hilarious” cartoons show why life in your 20s and 30s isn’t that different. [WP]
  • How two Vice Media employees live as roommates in the company’s home base of Williamsburg. [NYT]
  • Big furniture, tiny spaces — the struggle of moving in NYC. [DNAinfo]
  • Go inside the Bronx’s Kingsbridge Armory, the largest armory in the world. [Scouting NY]

Images: Lent-Riker-Smith homestead via Marion Duckworth Smith (L); The Couch Doctor (R)

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