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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.

X-ray murals reveal architectural footprint of buildings long gone [This Is Colossal]

New York voted city of the year in the 2011 GovFresh awards for being so tech savvy. [GovFresh]

The MTA keeps a clandestine subway exit in the form of a townhouse, but don’t reach for your spy gear just yet. [Gawker]

A bird’s eye view of SF in 1938. [Richmond SF Blog]

Slow Food’s $5 challenge, brings to the forefront an issue that’s been conveniently disregarded in the natural foods movement. [SF Weekly]

The Grand Palais is home to high art, pop art, electro parties and now a carnival [Video on Dailymotion]

Louis Armstrong International Airport to get updated with “world class” restaurants and shops [NOLA.com]

In Singapore, loyalty cards reward coffee fans for being disloyal to the big chains [Springwise]

X-ray murals reveal architectural footprint of buildings long gone  [This Is Colossal]

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