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.

Guerilla hacker-artists have commanded Paris’ underground

New York has a Codeacademy, and its popularity is on the rise. [Mashable]

Silicon Alley is booming [NY Post]

High rent strikes again: Bleecker Bob’s is departing its famed West Village home. [The Villager]

Accidental archaeological dig reveals old streetcar tracks. [Richmond SF Blog]

SF Zoo mourns passing of its oldest lion. [SF Appeal]

Guerilla hacker-artists have commanded Paris’ underground for covert restorations of the city’s culturally-rich heritage for decades. [Wired]

Break into part of this clandestine culture: an exploration of the centuries-old Parisian quarries. [Untapped]

Qatar is quickly emerging as an art force to be reckoned with. [Business Insider]

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