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opening shift

Morning shifts make me a bit delusional; it’s just too early in the day.

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Homeless avoid eviction from N.Y.C. subway

Beneath the heights of the World Trade Center, a growing subterranean homeless population continues to serve as a source of friction between the city and civil rights groups. 778 more words

City leaders skip 50th anniversary ceremony for Verrazano Bridge

NEW YORK (PIX11) – Some of the first drivers to travel across the Verrazano Bridge brought a classic Cadillac to the ceremony.

Other people chose to stay home. 869 more words

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Water Main Break Floods Bronx Subway Station; Part Of 6 Line Suspended

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A water main break has flooded a subway station in the Bronx, suspending part of the 6 line.

Water could be seen rushing inside the station at East 143rd Street and Saint Mary’s in Mott Haven early Saturday morning. 131 more words

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A, C Subway tunnel closing between Brooklyn and Manhattan

NEW YORK (PIX11) – Starting in spring 2015, there will be more subway tube closures.

The MTA is planning to shut down the Cranberry tube — which services the A and C lines between Fulton Street in lower Manhattan and High School in Brooklyn Heights — for 40 weekends in 2015. 117 more words

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bathroom buddy

It’s funny how once you’re looking for something you just can’t seem to find it. I have “literally” (Chris Traeger voice) kept my senses extra keen to spot any objects that seem to come together and create a face and just could not seem to find any. 68 more words

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Subway rider talks about knife attack and asks fellow riders to pay attention

Joe Lozito is a regular rider of the 3 train. It’s his ride to work. He has a favorite seat

On February 12, 2011, he got on the train at 34th St-Penn Station. 131 more words

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