There’s a Spanish-Style Adobe Home in Brooklyn Heights; Heroic Food Farms to Provide Employment for Military Vets

Posted On Wed, August 19, 2015 By

Posted On Wed, August 19, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Be transported to a Spanish villa just by looking at this unique adobe-style house in Brooklyn Heights. [Gothamist]
  • Mister Softee may serve up summer deliciousness, but don’t mess with him when it comes to his jingle. He’s suing a rival ice cream truck for allegedly stealing the signature tune. [NYDN]
  • Ennead Architects and RAFT Landscape Architecture plan to build a Heroic Food Farms in the Hudson Valley to provide housing and training for military veterans. [Dezeen]
  • No, it’s not your imagination; here’s why the tap water has been tasting a bit funky lately. [Village Voice]
  • Mayor de Blasio wants to regulate the body-painted topless women in Times Square. [Crains]

Images: 220 Columbia Heights by the Brooklyn Public Library, Brooklyn Collection via Gothamist (L); Heroic Food Farms rendering by Ennead Architects via Dezeen (R)



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