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New York just got its first all homeless Girl Scout troop [New York Times]
Owners of Boerum Hill restaurant say they will keep drinking inside [Brooklyn Paper]
How realistic are New York apartments on TV shows? [Washington Post]
Historic Districts Council launches #SaveGowanus Insta campaign [Brooklyn Reporter]
Inside Williamsburg’s big new venue Brooklyn Steel [Gothamist]
NYC moves to require Uber to provide a tipping option [New York Times]
DIY venue Shea Stadium reopened for a night [Bedford+Bowery]
8 Things in NYC we can thank Robert Moses for [Untapped Cities]
Sludgie the Whale visited the Gowanus Canal 10 years ago [DNAinfo]
Starbucks’ new unicorn Frappuccino ‘comes with a bit of magic’ [Gothamist]

According to this “Millennial Cities Ranking,” New York is the 64th best city to live in as a young person, miles behind Los Angeles, CA; Geneva, Switzerland; and Athens, Greece. In first place is Amsterdam, Netherlands.

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