- Photo series “Doorway Galleries” documents the spray-painted, stenciled, and stickered doorways of NYC buildings. [BK Mag]
- Active uses, street furniture, and first-floor windows–are these the three traits shared by the city’s most walkable streets? [CityLab]
- A mysterious building on West 31st Street is the last remnant of the original Penn Station. [Scouting NY]
- This device for cell phone addicts locks your phone away during the most valuable times of day. [Yanko Design]
- Have a look at “Trump Force One,” Donald Trump‘s private jet. [Business Insider]
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