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Subway Station Art - Prince Street Station

I periodically feature some of the public art found in New York City subway stations, a part of the MTA Arts & Design initiative. Today’s post is about one of my favorite subway stations, the Prince Street station. 307 more words

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Day 2: Married in Maryland

We woke up this morning in Baltimore and enjoyed not having to do anything. Usually, Sunday mornings bring church services followed by errands but, this Sunday, I just got to journal and just laze around until checkout time at 11. 397 more words

Traveler's Journal

The Poetry of Commuting

I saw this poem almost every day on my commute to 81st Street on the C train in the summer of 2013. I had my first job in New York City working as an usher at Shakespeare in the Park. 162 more words


“You either pay now or pay later,” Richard A. White, acting president of the American Public Transportation Association, said. “The more you stick your head in the sand on this issue, the worse the problems are going to become.”

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De Blasio Announces New Measures After East Harlem Fire That Disrupted Metro-North Service

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Mayor Bill de Blasio said new steps are being taken to ensure city-owned under elevated rail infrastructures are safe following a fire in East Harlem… 428 more words


2 Major MTA Projects to Affect Cyclones Fans in 2016

As we all know, the New York City Subways system is over 100 years old in some spots and not in the greatest shape anymore. 552 more words

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Afternoon Bulletin: Domino's Accused of Wage Theft, L Train Saga Continues and More

N.Y. Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is accusing Domino’s pizza of cheating workers out of at least $565,000 in wages over the past four years. Mr. Schneiderman charged the pizza chain in a lawsuit for failing to fulfill the wages of workers at 10 stores in New York City. 504 more words