Chinatown meals are just a click away, millennials are still living with their parents, and more

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There's no excuse anymore for ordering lackluster Chinese food if you live in Midtown or Lower Manhattan—a new website offers food delivery from Chinatown restaurants. (DNAInfo)

Will researchers ever stop picking on millennials? Apparently not: This time, a new study says despite strides in the economy, they're still dependent on their parents for housing. (CityLab)

Like the crowds they lure or not, summertime is festivals-and-fairs season in NYC. Here's a rundown of what's left on the calendar. (Brownstoner)

Two tri-state area locales—hello, Long Beach!—make a "most walkable beach town" shortlist. (House Beautiful)

The long-awaited redesign of the Lincoln Square area on the Upper West Side starts now. (West Side Rag)

The Mexican town of Palmitas decides to color-coordinate—to fantastic, and uplifting, results. (The Huffington Post)

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