Late-day linkage: Bacon faux-nuts exist, NYC rent is too damn high

Find out what Time Out's editors are reading in today's roundup of late-day links.

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See these fancy brownstones? Yeah, it's probably too expensive to live in one.

See these fancy brownstones? Yeah, it's probably too expensive to live in one.

- JenDoll tested out composting for Daily Intel, in advance of Bloomberg's proposal to make composting mandatory for New Yorkers. The results apparently were not too stinky! [Daily Intel]


- Bacon-maple faux-nuts: they are a thing! And Gothamist tested them! The verdict is that they're better than Dominique Ansel's original cronuts. Oooooh. [Gothamist]


- @NotTildaSwinton reviewed some of the fall 2013 couture collections for Harper's Bazaar. The results were predictably esoteric—and hilarious. [Harper's Bazaar]


- Gawker's Hamilton Nolan summed up the news that the average rent of a NYC apartment is now more than $3,000 in the best way: ":(" [Gawker]


-Michelin-starred eatery Saul will move from its current Smith Street space to the Brooklyn Museum this fall. Fancy! [New York Times]


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