The history and future of the East Village’s Punjabi Deli; Wear socks inspired by subway tiles

Posted On Tue, January 29, 2019 By

Posted On Tue, January 29, 2019 By In Daily Link Fix

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  • These $15 socks were inspired by the Carroll Street subway stop’s “lawn green” and “hunter green” wall tiles. [NYP]
  • Target’s small-format store in Kips Bay is hiring 80 employees ahead of its April 7th opening. [NBC]
  • The East Village’s Punjabi Deli has served as a hangout, rest stop, and safe haven for cab drivers for 25 years, but its future is uncertain. [Roads & Kingdoms]
  • The Q train: “The only train younger than World War II” with “the nobody peed in here subway smell.” Did you see Leslie Jones’ ode to the Upper East Side on SNL? [Gothamist]
  • This spring, Cadman Plaza in Downtown Brooklyn is getting an interactive art installation consisting of a playable handball court. [Bklyner]




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