Don't take an eclipse selfie, millennials turn their lives into native advertising for real estate, more

By Nathan Tempey  | August 21, 2017 - 10:30AM


A partial eclipse will be visible in New York City today from about 1:25-4 p.m. Here's what you need to know (WNYC)

Don't take an eclipse selfie (Gothamist)

The city stepped in to address the "maelstrom of consumer confusion" caused by StreetEasy's Premier Agent feature (The Real Deal)

Internet fame is ruining a swimming hole in the Catskills (New York Times)

The proposed rezoning of the Garment District has been delayed following pushback from people in the industry (Curbed)

A young couple from Ohio got a break on rent at their Midtown studio for turning their lives into social media advertising for the building (New York Times)

An NYPD union released a video decrying "blue racism" against police officers (Splinter)

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