This charity delivers breakfast sandwiches to the homeless; design NYC’s next ‘I Voted’ sticker

Posted On Mon, March 20, 2017 By

Posted On Mon, March 20, 2017 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Governor Cuomo unveiled a $1.8 billion plan to redesign the South Bronx’s Sheridan Expressway with pedestrian walkways providing access to Starlight Park and the Bronx River. [WSJ]
  • Countdown clocks at the new Second Avenue Subway stations provide estimates, not real-time data. [NBC NY]
  • Charity Hearty Start teams up with local bodegas to deliver breakfast sandwiches to the homeless based on an easy-to-use online donation system. [Munchies]
  • The city is holding a design competition for a new “I Voted” stickers, which will be distributed during the November 7th city elections that include the race for the mayor’s office. [NYT]
  • What’s in store for the future of the Met now that its director resigned? [Vanity Fair]

Current “I Voted” stickers via Mandi Campbell/Twitter (R)



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