Daily Link Fix

  • Apparently, people in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania have a very hard time spelling Hanukkah. [Mental Floss]
  • The first Manhattanhenge occurs this weekend. Here’s the full summer schedule for the phenomenon. [Gothamist]
  • Revisiting the early days of the Chrysler Building as it turns 85. [Curbed]
  • Battery Park is now just the Battery. And its SeaGlass Carousel of 30 giant fish is opening this summer. [NYT]
  • Laura Keene’s Theatre: a lost NYC theater with a connection to Lincoln’s assassination. [Off the Grid]
  • Are these the 20 best bar names in the city? [DNAinfo]

Images: Manhattanhenge via Manhattanhenge Sunset From 33rd Street via photopin (license) (L); SeeGlass Carousel (R)

Events, Manhattan


While there is no shortage of stunning views in New York City, some are more expensive to own than others. But here’s one that won’t cost you a cent and belongs to everyone – well, at least for the two times a year the Neil deGrasse Tyson coined “Manhattanhenge” makes its spectacular appearance.

more on the history here


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