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W42ST Daily 9/27/2020
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HELL’S KITCHEN TRASH
We’d thought that the trash of Hell’s Kitchen had only become a local obsession during the pandemic, and we featured “Hell’s Kitchen Trash Queen” Catie Savage back in July. Now, we’ve taken delivery of a book full of pictures of the area’s garbage. Scroll and enjoy the photography (and captions) of Richard Panchyk in “Hell’s Kitchen Trash.”
WHAT WE’VE BEEN READING
“There’s no way that the numbers can possibly work out with limited dining” – so says Beth at the Hourglass Tavern, who’s among the owners of small businesses featured here. (NY1)
Could cargo bikes change the face of city deliveries? (Streetsblog)
This week, the #wearamask message is being shouted out via tweets shared on big billboards across NYC. (WERSM)
Do you know these men? (NY Post)
Dreading a dark winter lockdown? Think like a Norwegian… (The Guardian)