Your Daily Link Fix: Shake Shack is Closing?!; History Tribute Fence Celebrates Diversity
- 12-Year-Old Catches Another Great White Shark in the Rockaways: Okay… we’re sure by now you’ve figured out that one of our writers… (not saying who)… is a little obsessed with sharks. Either way, Brooklyn mag has pics of a kid catching another shark, and they’re 99.9% sure it’s a marketing ploy for the new Sharknado movie. But it’s not like any of us will be watching or anything…
- Shake Shack Flagship to Close for Five Months: Say it isn’t so! We’re guessing Danny Meyer truly believes that absence makes the heart grow fonder because Shake Shack’s mainstay at Madison Square Park is closing for 5 months for repair, according to the Observer. But before you panic, find out when. It might not be as bad as you think… okay it’s still bad.
- Made-in-Brooklyn Brands to Get Certified: Won’t the real Brooklyn brands please stand up, please stand up, please stand up? According to the NY Post, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is initiating a Brooklyn Made certification program to separate the wannabes from the authentic.
- History Tribute Fence Celebrates Diversity: In an effort to soften the blow of the less-than-pretty on-going construction site at Essex Crossing, Laurene Leon Boym’s artwork was chosen to dress the fence. Bowery Boogie has more details, including some of the drawing’s names.
- How to Get to New York’s Nuclear Lake: Scouting NY takes us on a journey to a former nuclear research lab from the 1950s. And you just wait until you see the lake!
Images: Shake Shack Madison Square Park (left), History Tribute Fence (right)