That time a Greenpointer ran for president; The Patsy’s trademark war continues

Posted On Mon, October 10, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, October 10, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • During the High Holy Days, Zabar’s lox men attract a cult-like following. [NYT]
  • The Museum of Chinese in America has a new exhibit called “Sour, Sweet, Bitter, Spicy: Stories of Chinese Food and Identity in America.” [The Lo-Down]
  • During WWI, women pretended to be creepy rocks and trees in NYC parks. [Atlas Obscura]
  • This $149 water bottle can test for contaminants and filter bacteria, fertilizers, and heavy metals from drinking water. [Fast Co. Design]
  • The Patsy’s vs. Patsy’s trademark war reignites. [Gothamist]
  • A hundred years ago in 1916, Greenpoint resident Charles Evans Hughes was the Republican nominee for president. [Greenpointers]

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