Here’s what the Untapped Cities staff is reading in the HQ today:
- Guide book explores hidden Brooklyn gems [Brooklyn Daily Eagle]: Imagine experiencing your Brooklyn neighborhood with the same curiosity and attention that you feel while traveling elsewhere. That feeling is what Michelle Young and Augustin Pasquet’s book “Secret Brooklyn: An Unusual Guide” inspires in its readers.
- Broadway’s Smallest Theater Is Reopening, This Time as a Nonprofit [The New York Times]: The theater was so small, it was named the Little Theater. That was 106 years ago, and since then it has been reincarnated many times — renamed, repurposed, rehabilitated.
- Renew your vows in Times Square this Valentine’s Day [TimeOut]: There’s no better way to prove your love to someone than than agreeing to accompany them to Times Square. This Valentine’s Day, you can make that commitment official by participating in a free vow renewal ceremony on the red TKTS steps at 6pm.
- Finding a public toilet in NYC still difficult 10 years into program launch [amNewYork]: Over the past decade or so, the city has planted 1 million trees, added at least 300 miles of bike lanes and launched a universal pre-kindergarten program.
Today’s popular articles:
- NYC Filming Locations for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel on Amazon
- 12 Beautiful Locations to Find Guastavino Tiles in NYC
- Rejected Designs for Some of the World’s Most Famous Monuments