Walking the subway tracks to get to work on time is becoming a bonafide trend (and more links)

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This website lets you warn the world about your crappy landlords [Gothamist]
I walked the subway tracks so I wouldn’t lose my job [New York Post]
How to get around during the M train shutdown this summer [Bushwick Daily]
Historic Prospect Park tree inspired this Park Slope restaurant [Gothamist]
Bicycle Fetish day was off the chain [Bedford + Bowery]
Explore Brooklyn’s LGBT history at six historic sites [Brownstoner]
10 must-visit African restaurants in NYC [Untapped Cities]
Protective buffer axed along bike lane in Clinton Hill [Brooklyn Paper]
The abandoned school inside Flatbush’s Erasmus Hall [Untapped Cities]
Bushwick police crack down on cyclists after uptick in bike accidents [DNAinfo]

Anyone tryna buy some roaches? [h/t: Gothamist]

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