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What makes you post a photo to Instagram? What space is truly worthy of a post? Are we willing to destroy nature for a good pic? This week on Why’d You Push That Button, Vox.com’s Kaitlyn Tiffany and I (Ashley Carman) discuss the characteristics that create an Instagram-worthy place. We talk about the underground, old restaurants in New York City that have been co-opted by influencers, and we talk about those Instagram playgrounds where adults can take photos of themselves in colorful ball pits. I also spend about 10 minutes talking about my love for pierogi. It comes full circle!

First things first, we talk to former social media manager at The Verge, Zainab Hasnain, about all the Instagram-oriented pop-ups she’s visited. Then we chat with Kristina Alaneisse about parties she hosts at local cool-kid spot China Chalet. And then, as a special treat to wrap up our Instagram mini-series, we have two expert guests. The first is Eliza Brooke, a freelance writer who has incredible design sensibilities. The second is Piera Gelardi, executive creative director and co-founder of Refinery29, about the media company’s 29Rooms exhibition where visitors can play in 29 different rooms and snap some photos while they’re at it.

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