- GrowOnUs, a water-filtering garden that also collects rainwater to irrigate the plants growing atop it, is floating in the Gowanus Canal. [Inhabitat]
- Speaking of the Gowanus, here’s an interview with Joseph Alexiou, author of the forthcoming history book about the polluted canal. [Brownstoner]
- Local politicians want to make Christopher Park, across from the Stonewall Inn, a national park honoring gay history. [Gothamist]
- September is the month with the most unique types of fresh produce (43 to be exact) at city farmers markets. [I Quant NY]
- Here’s what your fall-flavored Starbucks order says about your home decor style. [Lonny]
- This hoodie will give you back massages all day. [Fast Co. Design]
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