Here’s what the Untapped Staff is reading in the HQ today:

  • Brooklyn’s Second Apple Store to Open in Fort Greene Next Weekend [Brownstoner]: We’ve been hearing that construction crews were moving at rapid speed over the past few weeks, so it makes sense that an announcement was made this morning that the Apple Store at 300 Ashland Place in Fort Greene will open Saturday, December 2.

  • Big Scoop: Ben & Jerry’s Is Returning to the East Village [Bedford + Bowery]: When Ben & Jerry’s left the East Village in 2010 after 22 years on Third Avenue, even the normally chain-averse Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY acknowledged its “odd appeal,” and NYU students no doubt mourned the loss of Free Cone Day. Well, rejoice, Chubby Hubby lovers. A B&J’s scoop shop is opening right in the heart of St. Marks Place, between Second and Third Avenues.

  • BQX Streetcar Backers Survey Public Housing Along the Route [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]: Thousands interviewed personally confirm: ‘We want better transit’

  • Wild Bird Fund [Atlas Obscura]: New York City’s only wildlife rehabilitation center treats more than 3,000 feathered and furry patients each year.

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