- Did you know all NYC rats today are the same species: the Norwegian rat? Read this and nine other amazing facts about our rats. [Business Insider]
- A plan to keep Times Square performers and characters corralled within designated “activity areas” is gaining traction. [NYDN]
- The area between Hells Kitchen and Chelsea is kind of a black hole. Should we call it Chell’s Kitchen? Or better yet, Hell’s Chicken? [DNAinfo]
- What is the most Jewish subway line? [Forward]
- The Lowline Lab, a research hub and exhibition spot for the subterranean park, will open on October 17th. [Bowery Boogie]
- The city where you have to work the longest to afford an iPhone 6s is Kiev, where it takes 627.2 hours of pay to buy the smart phone. [i100]
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