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.

The Intan museum in Singapore.



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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