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A Day in the Life of a Pop-Up Café

5:45 PM EST on December 9, 2011

Take a break this weekend from the unrelentingly bleak news about Governor Cuomo's stealth attack on the transit system, and enjoy this time-lapse of the new pop-up café at Local on Sullivan Street. Up until this July, a camera at this location would only have recorded the occasional act of parallel parking and feeding the meter.

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