Watch outdoor movies in Green-Wood Cemetery; NYC mice are crawling with never-before-seen bacteria

Posted On Wed, April 18, 2018 By

Posted On Wed, April 18, 2018 By In Daily Link Fix

Green-Wood Cemetery via Wiki Commons (L); Mouse via Chris Isherwood/Flickr (R)

  • Rooftop Films announced that its Summer Series will open with a night at Brooklyn’s Green-Wood Cemetery. [Bedford + Bowery]
  • Mayor de Blasio announced a targeted rat extermination at 10 NYCHA developments that will utilize dry ice instead of poison. [WSJ]
  • And in other rodent news, a study from Columbia finds that NYC mice carry disease-causing bacteria, antibiotic-resistant bugs and viruses that have never been seen before. [NYT]
  • The best places to see the cherry blossoms in NYC. [TONY]
  • The team behind NYC’s world-famous restaurant Eleven Madison Park will operate an event space at the International Center of Photography’s new Essex Crossing location. [Bowery Boogie]
  • A new book chronicles the mystery and intrigue behind the New York pigeon. [Brokelyn]

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