A week in the life of a beleaguered NYC commuter, how to be a more ethical gentrifier, and more

By Virginia K. Smith  | June 29, 2017 - 11:15AM

A week in the life of a Brooklyn-to-Midtown commuter in the era of a crumbling MTA (Gothamist)

Gentrification is complicated, but there are ways to be a better or worse neighbor if you've just arrived in a neighborhood (CityLab)

More than 200 residents were evacuated from a huge Greenwich Village apartment fire last night (DNAinfo)

Surprise, surprise: political infighting isn't doing a whole lot to fix the rampant problems with our subway system (NYT)

How to clean even the dingiest old bathtub to get it sparkling (Apartment Therapy)

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