Courtesy Counts

Daily Link Fix

  • Find some peace in Times Square at FAILE’s hand-carved, seven-foot tall prayer wheel installation. [Gothamist]
  • Enjoy the Hamptons without all the popped collars in this amazing drone video. [Curbed Hamptons]
  • A Homepolish designer works her magic on her own Columbus Circle home. [Design Milk]
  • Good job, New Yorkers. Our most used emoji is the Statue of Liberty. [NYDN]
  • If there’s one thing you should take away from the MTA’s Courtesy Counts campaign, it’s that you should give your seat up to pregnant women. [The Daily Beast]

Daily Link Fix

  • Head to the New York Botanical Garden and pretend it feels like spring. The Orchid Show is back until April 19th. [Welcome2theBronx]
  • Where New Yorkers met for coffee in the 1790s. [Ephemeral NY]
  • Don’t clip your nails on the bus, please. The MTA extends its courtesy campaign to buses. [7online]
  • A Lower East Side artist has a show of miniature drawings and cut-outs that depict the gentrification of the neighborhood. [Gothamist]
  • Yorkville restaurant owners feel slighted that Mayor de Blasio hasn’t stopped in since moving to Gracie Mansion (and erecting a privacy fence). [NYDN]
  • Check out Bloomingdale’s display of crayon-inspired looks by major fashion designers. [Laughing Squid]

Images: Orchids via via photopin (license) (L); Crayon dress via Nanette Lepore (R)


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