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New York Heights by Wilfred Lang

cariosus:

New York Heights by Wilfred Lang

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leilacohanmiccio:

tinsely:

58 Joralemon Street (by Hobo Matt)
Every city has its secrets, it’s just a matter of finding them…
On a street in Brooklyn that takes you towards the river, where the cobblestones begin paving the road, there is a townhouse that deserves a second look. Despite its impeccable brickwork, number 58 Joralemon Street is not like the other houses. Behind its blacked out windows, no one is at home; no one has been at home for more than 100 years.
You guys, this so cool.

Whoa!!!

So cool.

leilacohanmiccio:

tinsely:

58 Joralemon Street (by Hobo Matt)

Every city has its secrets, it’s just a matter of finding them…

On a street in Brooklyn that takes you towards the river, where the cobblestones begin paving the road, there is a townhouse that deserves a second look. Despite its impeccable brickwork, number 58 Joralemon Street is not like the other houses. Behind its blacked out windows, no one is at home; no one has been at home for more than 100 years.

You guys, this so cool.

Whoa!!!

So cool.

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Grace Potter will never NOT rock my socks off. 
So damn good.

Grace Potter will never NOT rock my socks off. 

So damn good.

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gizmodocom:

Downtown Goes Dark on Foursquare
By Sam Biddle
As saltwater poured into Manhattan, Manhattanites fled to higher, electrified ground like Wi-Fi rats. But other than tweets, we had no proof—until now. New Yorkers’ Foursquare checkins, charted by the company itself, show a massive exodus northward, out of the Dead Zone and into techie comfort.
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gizmodocom:

Downtown Goes Dark on Foursquare

By Sam Biddle

As saltwater poured into Manhattan, Manhattanites fled to higher, electrified ground like Wi-Fi rats. But other than tweets, we had no proof—until now. New Yorkers’ Foursquare checkins, charted by the company itself, show a massive exodus northward, out of the Dead Zone and into techie comfort.

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A New Yorker’s Hurricane Experience, as Told Through Gifs

jezebelcom:

Everyone totally overreacted to Hurricane Irene last year, which ended up just being a really rainy evening. So when people started freaking out about Hurricane Sandy and  essentially preparing for the apocalypse I was like:

But several days later, in Sandy’s aftermath I’m like:

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gawkercom:

Here’s a production still from the new Hunger Games movie. Kidding! Totally kidding: this is what the (second block of a six-block) line for one of the three Brooklyn - Manhattan shuttle buses looked like, as of about an hour ago. If you’re not walking to work today you’re probably not getting in. [photo by Virginia Laird]

No.

gawkercom:

Here’s a production still from the new Hunger Games movie. Kidding! Totally kidding: this is what the (second block of a six-block) line for one of the three Brooklyn - Manhattan shuttle buses looked like, as of about an hour ago. If you’re not walking to work today you’re probably not getting in. [photo by Virginia Laird]

No.

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buzzfeed:

Another breathtaking photo of the Empire State Building standing alone in a dark Manhattan sky. (via mamillionzillion)

buzzfeed:

Another breathtaking photo of the Empire State Building standing alone in a dark Manhattan sky. (via mamillionzillion)

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buzzfeed:

DUMBO is also underwater.

This is all so surreal.

buzzfeed:

DUMBO is also underwater.

This is all so surreal.

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buzzfeed:

Jane’s Carousel in Brooklyn, which is now in the East River.

Haunting.

buzzfeed:

Jane’s Carousel in Brooklyn, which is now in the East River.

Haunting.

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Dakota as “Out-of-Work Big Bird” at the 22nd Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade, NYC. 

I love him so much.

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