Web Bites – Garbage in a Museum, Spider-Man in NYC, Oscar Wilde’s Tomb

Untapped highlights the most interesting reads of the week: Plastic garbage in a museum, tour New York with Spider-Man, Oscar Wilde's tomb is revitalized after one too many kisses.

The Untapped Web Bites are editor picks of the best online reads of the week from each of our cities and the most Untapped places across the globe.

New York City’s forts proved pivotal in the fight for independence from the British crown. [Business Insider]

See New York through Spider-Man, and see why real superheroes would cause a logistical/maintenance nightmare. [The Bowery Boys]

Ospreys found nesting atop a crane in a San Francisco pier encourage wetlands restoration volunteers. [SF Gate]

Oscar Wilde’s tomb sees restoration after it weathers an assault of rosy red kisses from admirers. [France 24]

France’s cherished booksellers are concerned a literature tax hike will be detrimental to an already struggling business. [France 24]

People and plastic: a love affair on display under the title The Plastic Garbage Project in the Zurich Museum of Design. [Plastic Garbage Project]

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