Duly Noted: Weekend edition


A Grand experience. Check out the new documentary on Grand Central. [American Experience]

Astoria treasure. An historic, unique building is marketed in Astoria -- and not as a teardown! [Queens Crap]

That was quick. The Farnsworth Invention, Aaron Sorkin's play on the dawn of television, closes March 2. Tickets as low as $26.50. [NY1]

Lockers wanted. Want to leave a bag somewhere when visiting Manhattan? One of the last places you can do that has closed. (And you can't drop off your bag at Grand Central or the Port Authority anymore.) [NewYorkology]

The scoop on tanks. What's the deal with those nitrogen tanks in Manhattan? [Gothamist]

Duane Reade: Not everywhere you go. Shops closing up on 82nd Street in Jackson Heights have residents buzzing. Even a Duane Reade is bagging it. [Jackson Heights Life]

Coney relics. A look inside the ruins of Playland on Coney Island. [The Gowanus Lounge]

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