Weekend Link-Up: Saturday

November 22, 2014 | Bucky Turco

Above is Buff Monster’s contribution to the Centre-fuge Public Art Project.

The New York Post is trying hard to provide cover for the NYPD rookie who fatally shot an unarmed man in the stairwell of a East New York housing project.

Gridlock Sam® offers some historical perspective on the design of Central Park and steps the city can take to make life better for pedestrians and cyclists.

NYPD officer tackles cyclist to cite him for a traffic violation.

Artist Kara Walker filmed the crowd that visited her sphinx-like sculpture at the Domino Sugar Factory.

Photographer captures justifiable rat murder.

There are still a whole lot of pay phones in the city.

Innovative new product for extreme urban explorers.

The “first-ever NYC Porn Film Festival is coming to (of course) Bushwick.”

At the Louis Armstrong Museum in Queens, there are taped recordings of the jazz icon talking about “being being busted for smoking pot, and telling his manager he will refuse to play unless he fixes it so he can smoke as much as he wants without going to jail.”

How Five Points became the city’s worst slum” (The historic neighborhood, not the condo complex.)

Here are 10 things you may not have known about the Verrazano Bridge, which just turned 50.

(Photo: Dana Dynamite)