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

  • December 29, 1947 was the subway’s most crowded day ever [6sqft]: The city had just experienced its biggest snowstorm ever—a blizzard that dumped 26.4 inches of snow and ground the city’s normally well-oiled machine to a halt; snow-bound streets froze traffic above ground including the entire bus and trolley system.
  • 10 iconic NYC institutions that shuttered in 2017 [Curbed NY]: Another year has gone by and once again, a handful of established New York City businesses won’t make it into 2018 (and if they do, they won’t last for long). The usual suspects are to blame—rising rents, expired leases, competition from bigger brands, and so on.

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