- Here are the results of taking a decibel counter to the five biggest art museums in Manhattan. [Bloomberg]
- The city says all raw fish must be frozen before serving, but secretly most sushi restaurants are doing that anyway. [Gothamist]
- Sagamore Hill, Teddy Roosevelt’s Long Island summer home, has reopened its doors to visitors. [NYO]
- What does it take to rename a building? The saga of Moynihan Station. [Atlas Obscura]
- This is probably the worst idea for airplane seating ever. [Vox]
- Where did those Greek-themed coffee cups come from? [Mental Floss]
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