- Yes, that’s the candy Sour Patch Kids. The sugary company bought a house in Clinton Hill where bands can crash during stops in Brooklyn. They’re calling it Brooklyn Patch, but of course, there’s a catch. Find out what it is on Ad Age.
- A Lower East Side pop-up space has a new exhibit that will showcase “the incredible diversity of New York’s french fries.” Details on Bedford + Bowery.
- Would you rather lick the subway pole or be licked by five strangers on the subway car? Answer this and more NYC-based “would you rather” questions on Thrillist.
- Brick Underground decodes the lingo of “whisper listings,” which you may know as off-market listings.
- Planning a homemade apple pie for Thanksgiving? offMetro rounds up six apple orchards near NYC.
- Long before Nick Wallendas walked the wire across Chicago, NYC construction workers went high above the city. Check out these vintage photographs from atop some of New York’s most iconic skyscrapers on Untapped Cities.
Images: Living room of Brooklyn Patch via Ad Age (L); Subway pole via Indofunk Satish via photopin cc (R)