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blind-dog-cafe-sign-150.jpgThe City Paper's Jessica Sidman explores what pop-ups are and where they're going in today's Young & Hungry column. Blind Dog Cafe's Jonas Singer theorizes that the future of pop-ups will be more about resource-sharing and using vacant spaces, explaining "The sort of pop-up 1.0 that's going on right now is cool, but it's not where it’s going to end up. It's a huge waste of resources to do one ramen dinner. It's cool, but it's nothing more than that." [WCP]

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