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Metro-North Train Strikes Pedestrian In Fairfield

FAIRFIELD, Conn. (AP) — The Metro-North Railroad says a pedestrian has been struck by one of its trains in Fairfield.

The railroad says the train from Grand Central Terminal to New Haven struck the person just east of the Fairfield Metro Station at around 3:40 p.m. 69 more words


1 Vanderbilt Gets the Go-Ahead from City Council

The New York City Council this afternoon unanimously approved SL Green Realty Corp.’s proposal for a new office tower, 1 Vanderbilt, in the heart of Midtown East. 255 more words


Artist Nick Cave and the sounds of racial discontent

Nick Cave crosses disciplines like a dancer in mid-leap.

There is so much happening in a performance by the American artist, with dance, visual art, fashion, music, tribal motifs, and more. 899 more words

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Suspicious Package Investigation At Grand Central Terminal Snarls Metro-North Service On Getaway Day

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) – A police investigation of a suspicious package at Grand Central Terminal caused 20-30 minute delays on Metro-North Friday morning.

The investigation began at around 8:45 a.m.  137 more words


Sohm, Spring, and Sights in NYC

A Somm named Sohm, Streets in Bloom, and Manhattan Top to Bottom

“London is satisfied, Paris is resigned, but New York is always hopeful. Always it believes that something good is about to come off, and it must hurry to meet it.” — Dorothy Parker…

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More Service Disruptions On No. 7 Line Leaves Commuters Exasperated

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Service on the No. 7 subway line between Manhattan and Queens resumed a short time ago, after being out since around 11 a.m.  319 more words


(VIDEO) See the view from under and above Grand Central Terminal in NYC

This spring marks the 50th Anniversary of the law that created the New York City Landmark Preservation Commission and the procedures for saving history.

It was signed into law in April 1965 after the demolition of the old Pennsylvania Station in 1963. 68 more words