NJ Loses Out Big Time to NY for Sandy Money; How Winter Storm Jonas Is a Marketing Ploy

Posted On Fri, January 22, 2016 By

Posted On Fri, January 22, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Evidence of an African burial ground was discovered on 126th Street. [NYT]
  • Of the $181 million in federal post-Sandy disaster planning money to be split between New Jersey and New York, the Garden State got a mere $15 million. [Mass Transit Mag]
  • Attend a Community Board 1 meeting next week and get into One World Observatory for free. [Tribeca Citizen]
  • See your favorite childhood video games transformed into world metro maps. [CityLab]
  • High schoolers in Montana named Winter Storm Jonas, but the driving force behind the name was social media according to the Weather Channel. [NYT]
  • The world’s largest model railroad is now on Google Street View. [Slate]



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