New York City’s Coffee History; Help Choose the Staten Island Ferry’s New Seats

Posted On Tue, September 29, 2015 By

Posted On Tue, September 29, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • It’s National Coffee Day. In addition to getting free cups of joe, read about New York City’s coffee history. [DNAinfo]
  • There’s a wave of 1970s New York nostalgia coming ashore, but here’s what everyone gets wrong about the decade. [Daily Intelligencer]
  • The Staten Island Ferry is getting new seats, and New Yorkers can help pick them. [NYT]
  • Norman Foster’s firm has designed a concept for a 3D-printed Mars habitat built by robots. [Dezeen]
  • NYC’s credit unions help small businesses thrive, so why do they have trouble growing? [Yes! Magazine]
  • The annual Lower East Side Pickle Day returns this Sunday. [Bowery Boogie]

Images: Three Staten Island Ferry seating options via NYC DOT (L); Cappuccino (R)



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