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Day 18 in NY, or "The City"

Friday February 20, 2015

We made the executive decision to go to the city today. We made a good decision considering the following day there was a snow storm and the city would have been much less enjoyable. 237 more words

NY

Power Problems, Icing Cause Significant Delays On LIRR, NJ TRANSIT

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – Long Island Rail Road and NJ TRANSIT commuters faced significant delays Friday morning due to power problems and icing in the tunnels. 192 more words

News

Baraka on Newark's Triangle Park project: "We need ratables"

NEWARK – Newark Mayor Ras Baraka clarified his view of the future for a project that has stirred debate in recent weeks: Triangle Park.

There has been a more than decade-long effort to build Triangle Park, a park meant to provide a pedestrian link between Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood, Penn Station and the Prudential Center arena and spur downtown development. 339 more words

Letter From New York 02 16 15 A call to be better...

As the sun is setting, I am traveling on a train south to New York. After two days of brutal cold, the temperature is edging up into what feels reasonable, 24 degrees. 732 more words

Mathew Tombers

"Pilot" (or rather, "Engineer") Post

At 6:30 on Tuesday morning, I once again find myself in a moving train car amongst quiet adults. Most are sleeping, occasionally stirring to check their phones. 734 more words

Career

Non-fiction from Erin Calabria

Redshift

The night I went to meet you at Penn Station, I immediately got lost.  All the store fronts around the departure board had changed since that summer after college when I would ride the… 776 more words

Published Work

Fireworks set to go off at Newark council meeting about Triangle Park project

NEWARK – A potential change in the direction of the more-than-decade long effort to build Triangle Park, a park meant to provide a pedestrian link between Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood, Penn Station and the Prudential Center arena and spur downtown development could be a flashpoint for controversy at a Newark City Council meeting scheduled for Wednesday. 239 more words