The Real Lives of Subway Performers; Inside Brooklyn’s Underground Cheese Caves

Posted On Tue, June 7, 2016 By

Posted On Tue, June 7, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • A new short film takes a humanizing look at “showtime” subway dancers. [CityLab]
  • The last known 9/11 search and rescue dog dies at 16. [Mashable]
  • AeroFarms in Newark, the world’s biggest indoor vertical farm, will use 95 percent less water than traditional field farms. [Web Urbanist]
  • Go inside the cheese caves 30 feet below Crown Heights, originally used in the 19th century for fermenting beer. [Food and Wine]
  • The conference rooms at Indeed’s offices have been adorned with large-scale photos of vintage NYC storefronts by James and Karla Murray. [Untapped]

Images: Still from “We Live This” on Vimeo (L); Cheese caves via Crown Finish Caves (R)



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