Pizza ‘museum’ is the latest selfie funhouse; Should NYC residents get reserved parking spots?

Posted On Wed, April 25, 2018 By

Posted On Wed, April 25, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

The Museum of Pizza promo via Nameless Network (L); Via Jason Kuffer/Flickr (R)

  • First the ice cream museum, now the egg museum, and come October, the Museum of Pizza. For $35, you’ll be able to tour “marvelously-’grammable” rooms like a cheese cave and a pizza beach. [Eater]
  • Governor Cuomo and transit leaders say that ultra-wideband radio might be the quick fix for the subway system’s dilapidated signals. [NYT]
  • Several City Council members want to reserve up to 80 percent of curbside parking spots in some neighborhoods for residents. [NYT]
  • Will Jersey City’s tax revaluation mean an opportunity for apartment buyers? [Brick Underground]
  • The “Apple Store of cannabis” has just opened on Fifth Avenue. [Curbed]
  • How Astoria’s family-owned roastery White Coffee has endured since 1939. [WSJ]
  • This weekend, the Brooklyn Bookstore Crawl returns with 30+ indie bookshops. [Brokelyn]
  • With new high-end residential developments and some spectacular renovations of architecturally significant buildings, City Hall Park may be the next hot ‘hood. [CityRealty]



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