Second Avenue Subway
We need to learn that the use of outmoded and decaying infrastructure is less of a bargain than it seems. Resources are wasted, or not put to use.
It's believed to be the city's first permanent, non-political LGBTQ piece of public art.
But there are other, mostly positive things happening in New York that other cities across the country would be well-served
Al Selvin knew a great city, train line, bike path, restaurant and musician when he saw it. I hope we will continue to make L.A. a city worthy of his blessed memory.
The MTA released some captivating new photos Monday showing the continued progress on New York City's massive Second Avenue
Despite all of the chaos going on in the world these days, local businesses on Second Avenue are still crumbling on an almost daily basis in large part due to the upheaval brought about by the Second Avenue subway construction.
I have mixed feelings about writing this piece. While locals like to keep gems like this to ourselves, my readers know I am on a mission to promote small businesses in this area that may have taken a hit as a result of the 2nd Avenue subway construction.
More great photos from the MTA show progress on the Second Avenue subway and repairs on the Rockaways aboveground lines destroyed
"Mad Men" airs on Sundays at 10 p.m. ET on AMC. And for those interested, here's an update on the Second Avenue subway. In
In keeping with my belief that we need to support Second Avenue businesses through this time of transition until the subway project is complete, I am dedicating my blog to such local businesses.