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23rd Street, Brooklyn Bound N/R Train

NYC has some of the most amazing museums, however, you can see art anywhere in the city.  In fact,  I’ve found that some of the most intricate pieces can be found only a subway ride away…


The L Train Might Be Fucked Up for 7 Years

From Gothamist

The details about a looming long-term suspension of L train service between Brooklyn and Manhattan are slowly becoming more of a reality, after the initial news that the Canarsie tube under the East River would be partially or completely closed for between one and three years. 531 more words

The L Train Problem

Hurricane Sandy was a destructive force of nature that made a lot of things, to put it lightly, go bad. Boardwalks ripped out, houses destroyed, roller coasters misplaced, and in… 342 more words



Life in LA…it’s weird here. Well, weird is the wrong word, it’s different. I can’t really say whether or not New York is better because I don’t think I have given LA a fair chance as of yet. 247 more words


The L Train Nightmare Demands a Serious Solution

Almost 350,000 New Yorkers who ride the L train every weekday are about to have their lives upended. The question is by how much.

The two Canarsie tubes under the East River were heavily damaged during Superstorm Sandy; some 7 million gallons of saltwater filled the 1.4-mile-long tunnels. 874 more words