New signs remind us not to eat fish from the Gowanus Canal; Anthony Bourdain does the East Village

Posted On Fri, April 6, 2018 By

Posted On Fri, April 6, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Gowanus Canal via Wiki Commons (L); Ray’s Candy Store in the East Village via Marcela/Flickr

  • The MTA is running out of funds to renovate 32 subway stations, so it’s scaled back to 20. [WSJ]
  • Greenwich Village’s beloved Mamoun’s Falafel plans to open in six new cities this year. [Eater]
  • Five months after Gothamist went dark, they’ve joined WNYC, but they need your support to get up and running. [Kickstarter]
  • The EPA is installing new signs that warn anglers about the dangers of eating seafood caught in the Gowanus Canal. [Brooklyn Paper]
  • In May, the city will select an operator to bring dockless bike shares to Citi Bike-less neighborhoods. [NYDN]
  • Bryant Park announced its summer schedule of free, live performances, and it includes classes with the American Ballet Theatre, Shakespeare, and opera. [amNY]
  • For an episode of “Parts Unknown” set to air next fall, Anthony Bourdain goes to East Village favorites including John’s of 12th Street, Veselka, and Ray’s Candy Store. [Bowery Boogie]
  • The 10 most-haunted places in Brooklyn. [Brokelyn]
  • Four years after closing, Keith McNally’s iconic ’90s-era institution Pastis will reopen in the Meatpacking District. [NYT]




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