On summer days, New York City can be as much as 10 degrees warmer than its surrounding areas, because of the asphalt, concrete and metal that trap the heat. We’re certainly living on an urban heat island, one that seems to shimmer and expand during the long, sweltering days. Everything gets louder, closer, brighter.
Admit It. Summer’s Terrible.
- Rosé Is Having Its Chill Moment — Rosé Is Having Its Chill Moment – WSJhttps://www.wsj.com/articles/rose-is-having-its-chill-moment-1497915304Frozen rosé—or frosé, as it is sometimes called—is fast becoming the cocktail of choice in drinking spots throughout New York City, say bar and restaurant professionals. [...]
- DJI’s new $499 Spark drone offers ges... — DJI’s new $499 Spark drone offers gesture controls, compact design [Gallery] | 9to5Toyshttps://9to5toys.com/2017/05/24/dji-spark-drone/Today in New York City, DJI unveiled the new Spark drone with a focus on portability and gesture-controls. This comes after a busy year for the industry leader in the drone category following the r… [...]
- NYC’s New Tech to Track Every Homeles... — https://www.wired.com/2017/05/new-york-citys-businesslike-tech-fighting-homelessness/?mbid=nl_5617_p2&CNDID=49046367Think Salesforce, but for homelessness. As rising rents outpace income growth across New York City, some 62,000 people, nearly 40 percent of them children, live in homeless shelters—rates the city hasn’t seen since the Great Depression. [...]
- New York City Second Ave subway stati... — It’s taken almost 100 years to come to fruition, but the new subway stations on the Upper East side are beautiful. Impressive, open spaces with modern mosaics by artists like Chuck Close define the three new stations [...]