Low-income New Yorkers eligible for $5 Citi Bike memberships; Goodwill opening ‘curated’ NYC boutiques

Posted On Wed, July 18, 2018 By

Posted On Wed, July 18, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Photo via CitiBike (L); Photo: Goodwill NYNJ (R)

  • The NYPL’s new Culture Pass, a program that gives library card holders free access to 30+ museums, had more than 2,000 applications on its first day (and crashed the site!). [amNY]
  • Dentures, trumpets, prosthetic limbs–a rare look inside the subway’s lost and found. [Vice]
  • Discounted Citi Bike memberships were previously only available to NYCHA residents, but now New Yorkers who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) will be eligible as well, paying $5/month instead of $15. [Office of the Mayor]
  • In an attempt to challenge Amazon, FreshDirect is opening a huge new South Bronx warehouse that will allow it to double its business. [Bloomberg]
  • Goodwill’s plan to attract young, trendy shoppers starts with a “curated” boutique on the Upper West Side. [Racked]
  • A 150-year-old pipe organ in St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral may fall silent. [VOA News]




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