- Metro New York rounds up spooky spots in NYC where it’s Halloween all year.
- And Curbed has a list of city sites that have been turned into houses of horror courtesy of Hollywood.
- A new website can tell you about yourself based on your zip code, and it’s pretty accurate. More on Business Insider.
- Have you ever been walking around and seen a super tiny door affixed to a tree, light post, or wall? Well, they’re called Fairy Doors, and Apartment Therapy has the scoop.
- Untapped Cities uncovers six underground vaults around the city.
- Short and sweet: The Times takes a look at New York’s charming, one-block streets.
Daily Link Fix: Where to Get Your Halloween Fix All Year Long; The City’s Charming One-Block Streets, Fri, October 31, 2014
Your Daily Link Fix: Why Are Fairy Doors Magically Appearing in the City?; A Traveling Circus of… Architects?, Wed, July 23, 2014
- Fairy Doors Are Magically Appearing in the City: If you’re hesitant to purchase one of NYC’s multi-million dollar offerings, perhaps you’d like one of these smaller dwellings. Kidding. Untapped Cities gets to the bottom of the fairy doors that have been popping up all over city.
- A Box That Can Hold All Your Netflix: Binge viewers behold! Gizmodo spotlights a box that can hold years worth of Netflix HD video. And it’s only 100 lbs… which means you can work out before you binge view.
- A Traveling Circus Of… Architects?: Circus for Construction is bringing circus back with traveling art and architecture exhibits and Architizer tells us more about the tour.
- In the Navy: A decommissioned Navy ship has set up park in Brooklyn and will begin taking visitors this weekend. If you want to know where to learn the ropes of operating a military vessel, the Brooklyn Paper tells you where to go.
Images: Fairy Doors (left), Traveling Architecture Circus (right)