Late-day linkage: The worst subway riders, new Julie Ruin video and more

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

+ POOL project

+ POOL project

- It seems that the debate over whether babies should be allowed in bars will soon be expanded to whether or not parents should be allowed to bring cribs to restaurants with them, which, okay. [DNAinfo]

- +POOL—the project that hopes to put a filtered, cross-shaped pool in the East River—reached its fund-raising goal! Huzzah! [Untapped Cities]

- Flavorwire has posited where NYC-based TV characters—including Girls' Hannah Horvath and Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw—would actually live based on their likely salaries. Predictably, the TV shows get it totally wrong. [Flavorwire]

- Kathleen Hanna's sorta-new band, the Julie Ruin, has a new video. Exciting for fans of riot grrrl and good music in general. [SPIN]

- Here's a first look at Havemeyer Park in Williamsburg, located on the site of the Domino Sugar factory. It opens tomorrow. [Gothamist]

- Another day, another list of crummy things people do on the subway. Props to Gawker for getting it right, although they missed our personal least favorite: the dude with his legs open so wide that he's taking up two seats. That guy sucks. [Gawker]

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