The 'New Yorker' nails the L train, rent Julia Child's French home, and more

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The New Yorker's latest cover gets the L train exactly right (The New Yorker)

Dream vacation: rent Julia Child's former house in France (CN Traveler)

Ever wondered what people really mean when they say "upstate"? You're not alone (Gothamist)

An entire Nevada town is on the market for $8 million, and there aren't any takers (NYP)

Brooklynites sound off on the causes (and exact amounts) of their latest rent hikes (Brokelyn)

The stages of grief when your neighborhood watering hole goes kaput (Thrillist)

One Williamsburg renter has resorted to hanging fruit from the ceiling to keep it away from rodents (DNAinfo)

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