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Chris Pepe Mr. Pepe: Really depends on the Economy at the time, how long it really took to finish & re-open the L train, depends
On Whole Foods opening in Harlem: They know it's not for them. You have to save up to buy a banana in Whole Foods. I was
As much as Sex and The City wanted us to think it, New York isn't your boyfriend. And since it isn't your dumb boyfriend, it's free to be perfect -- and New York is perfect. I recently had two West Coasters say things like, "New York is great, but all people do there is sit in bars and talk." Can you imagine anything better?
Levy's proposal received some good press Tuesday, with Gothamist saying it was "on board" with the idea. Daniel Levy, the
The "missed connection" below certainly fits the bill. In the post, the man recalls how he married a woman back in the 1980s
New York has no shortage of hole in the wall gems. After all, one-of-a-kind finds are what most Brooklynites live for. So
Following last week's devastating storm, New York City's subway system witnessed unprecedented flooding, and the L train
Marlon Guess, of Philadelphia, was arrested after he allegedly sold all 140 baggies to an undercover officer for $750 at
The story, of course, calls to mind the 2010 incident in which a woman, having been flashed by a man on the subway, responded
Whether you're looking for the perfect way to wind down the workday, playing tourist, need some date ideas, or just a night out with friends, using the train may be the best way to barhop downtown Chicago.
MTA spokesman Kevin Ortiz said, "Our work to improve signals continues to bear fruit and improve service for our customers
The NYPD is now searching for 33-year-old Ryan Beauchamp in connection with the death of Joshua Basin, NBC New York reports
[SCROLL DOWN FOR SURVEILLANCE FOOTAGE] Basin lived with mother and maternal grandmother in Queens. Saturday morning his mother
No information was immediately available regarding the victim or how the person ended up on the tracks, authorities added
Last weekend (a holiday weekend, one of the busiest travel weekend of the year), the L train was out of service for the whole
Gothamist aptly groans, "[WorldStarHipHop]'s popularity has created a sort of voyeuristic feedback loop, in which disassociated