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Peacock rides NYC subway, impressing no one [Gothamist]
If a standing desk is good, what about a standing commute? [New York Times]
3 signs Crown Heights has hit peak gentrification [Brick Underground]
Inside NYC’s housing crisis, where tenants are under siege [New York Review of Books]
City mulls charging New Yorkers for garbage pick up [CBS]
This is what zine culture looks like in 2017 [Bust]
Here’s how much Brooklyn parents pay their nannies [Patch]
Garment District factories really, really don’t want to move to Sunset Park [DNAinfo]
Videos: Inside Arcade Fire’s intimate Grand Prospect Hall concert [Gothamist]
The bounty of NYC’s community gardens [New York Times]

The MTA runs Windows. Now you know.

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