Late-day linkage: The city's narrowest house sells, an adorable new animal and more
Find out what Time Out's editors are reading in today's roundup of late-day links.
Thu Aug 15 2013
Photograph: Kayla Rice
- The Getty Trust has opened up its digital archives, making thousands of photos available for open use. Gothamist dug up some great NYC snaps. [Gothamist]
- The Times took a look at the work involved in redistributing Citi Bikes to racks in need all over the city. Fun fact: There are more than 70,000 annual members, but only around 6,000 bikes in the program. Yikes. [The New York Times]
- A Yogo truck driver and a Mister Softee truck driver got into a fight—a knife was drawn!—in midtown. [New York Daily News]
- What's an olinguito? Only the CUTEST LITTLE ANIMAL OMG. No, seriously, it's a tree-dwelling carnivore, recently discovered by Smithsonian scientists. (It's described as looking like "a cross between a house cat and a teddy bear." Aww!) [Smithsonian]
- The city's narrowest house—once the home of poet Edna St. Vincent Millay (and pictured above)—sold for $3.25 million. Its living room is 8.5 feet across. [Curbed]
- The bloggers behind 40 Days of Dating, who we recently profiled, are now bring represented by CAA—presumably in case Hollywood is looking to make a movie about a sort of crazy blogging project. [The Atlantic Wire]
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