- How one mechanical failure at Union Square redirected 625 different trains in one day, affecting hundreds of thousands of passengers. [NY Mag]
- After reviewing the backlog of 95 sites yesterday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission decided that 30 sites are worthy of protections. [Curbed]
- The “lo mein loophole:” how U.S. Immigration law fueled a chinese restaurant boom. [NPR]
- Beijing has overtaken NYC as the new “Billionaire Capital of the World.” [Time]
- Meet the latest dessert hybrid — the everything doughnut. [Gothamist]
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