‘Skinny House’ Nominated for National Landmark Designation; Is It Safe to Lean on Subway Doors?

Posted On Mon, April 6, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, April 6, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Third Avenue between 104th to 125th Streets in East Harlem is a relic of discount stores with audacious branding. Check out the best signage. [A Fine Blog]
  • The “World Trade Center Ship” will dock permanently at the New York State Museum in Albany. [NYT]
  • Five eclectic New York City-area places are nominated for the National Register of Historic Places, including the “Skinny House” in Mamaroneck. [WSJ]
  • Beloved French fry haven Pommes Frites asks for donations to help reopen after East Village explosion. [Eater]
  • Is Edgar Street, the 63-foot-long street beside Battery Park City, the shortest street in Manhattan? [Ephemeral NY]
  • You’ll probably rethink leaning on the subway doors after reading this. [Gothamist]

Images: Skinny House (L); “Do Not Lean” sign (R)

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