Mapping U.S. Baby Names over the Past 100 Years; Bronx Hot Sauce Flying off Shelves

Posted On Mon, June 22, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, June 22, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • This fun mapping project tracks the spread of newborn names across the United States over more than a century. [CityLab]
  • Bronx Greenmarket Hot Sauce is really taking off. Community gardens in the borough will provide 5,000 pounds of the ingredients before the end of the year to produce 30,000 more bottles. [NYT]
  • Join the author of the popular blog Daytonian in Manhattan for a lecture tonight on the stories behind the historic architecture of Manhattan. [NYPL]
  • Satisfy your sweet tooth while you shop for Ulsbergs and Askvolls. Ikea is launching an in-store candy shop. [NYDN]
  • Almost 100 years ago, a Bronx serial killer escaped from prison. [Ephemeral NY]

Images: 2015 Gerber baby (L); Bronx Hot Sauce (R)

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