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.

 

 

Is there a way to measure the loneliest place in New York? Answer: Yes (hint: it’s one of Craigslist’s most famed pages). [Village Voice]

Naomi Klein: Protester for protest’s sake? [Life Hacker]

“Explore Thyself” through Jonathan Allen’s new mixed-media exhibition. [NYC Art Scene]

 

 

Here’s something for the ears: a radio piece on the 880 freeway, one of Oakland’s “most maligned roads.” [SF Gate]

 

 

Trouser-clad women beware: according to an old Parisian law, women wearing trousers without police permission are breaking the law. [Telegraph]

The old Grand Palace Hotel building is scheduled for implosion on Sunday morning. [NOLA]

 

 

Explore Singapore kicks off this weekend with several heritage, art and cultural tours to showcase Singapore’s colorful and rich past. [Museums]

 

 

Patrick Jolley’s film The Door Ajar, involving French poet Antonin Artaud and a staff he believed belonged to St. Patrick, screened in a largescale Dublin visual-arts exhibition. [We Blog the World]

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