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Secret subway door to once glorious Times Square bar goes viral

Internet denizens have become freshly enamored with an over-a-century-old NYC legend. Adjacent to the MetroCard machines in a forgettable corner of the Times Square subway station is an easily overlooked, locked gray door. Above it, a subtle off-white sign reading Knickerbocker; through it, a once-opulent passageway leading to the bar of the former Astor-owned hotel.
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Here’s why you should take the New York MTA for getting around in New York City

There isn’t anything quite as unifying in New York City as a mutual hatred of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), the agency that runs public transportation throughout all five boroughs. The New York MTA is notorious for rerouting trains with little to no notice and being inaccessible to disabled New Yorkers since forever. Thankfully, MTA Finance Committee Chairman Larry Schwartz has assured New Yorkers that there will not be fare hikes for mass transit in the city until next year, as many riders continue suffering financially due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
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MTA To Start Issuing $50 Fines To Riders Not Wearing Masks

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Wearing masks on buses and subway trains has already been the rule for months now, but too many people still aren’t following it, and the Metropolitan Transportation Authority says its warning period is over. Safety on the subway is always top of mind, and now it’s not just about protecting passengers from crime but from COVID. To halt unnecessary health risks and keep precautions on track, the MTA is urgently warning refusing to cover your face will cost you $50. “We need everyone to do their part and mask up. We know this is what our customers want. They...
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MTA unveils colorful new subway mosaics at Bedford and 1st Avenue L train stations

© Marcel Dzama, NYC Transit Bedford Avenue Station. Commissioned by MTA Arts & Design. Photo: MTA Arts & Design/ Kris Graves. This week, the MTA unveiled two new mosaic series at the 1st Avenue and Bedford Avenue L train stations. In the East Village, artist Katherine Bradford created Queens of the Night, a fanciful tribute to the creatives and essential workers (depicted as superheroes) who ride the L train. And in Williamsburg, artist Marcel Dzama created No Less Than Everything Comes Together, a collection of theatric fairytale-like figures under the sun and moon.
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newzworldtoday.com

WATCH: Woman Tears Apart Communist Propaganda on NYC Subway

For anyone who hasn’t been in New York City recently, the subway system is covered with disgusting Communist propaganda. Dating apps like OKCupid normalize sexual promiscuity. Clothing brands such as Old Navy promote body equality while obesity continues to play a major contributor of severe COVID-19 complications. What’s masked as...
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Cincinnati CityBeat

Cincinnati's Healthcare Staff Have Had It with COVID-19, and 8 Other Greater Cincinnati Stories You May Have Missed This Week

Friends, it's finally hoodie weather. And while fall weather does mean an influx of wholesome fun like U-pick pumpkin patches and haunted houses, it doesn't mean the region's COVID-19 situation is getting any better. Below, catch up on this week's news, culture, food and events. UC Health Chief: Greater Cincinnati...
CINCINNATI, OH

Six Bronx subway stations could be ADA-accessible under MTA proposal

Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the 2021 elections in your district and across NYC. If approved by the New York City Council on Friday, six more Bronx subway stations and transit hubs could be ADA-accessible by 2024 as part of an MTA zoning proposal to make NYC transit more accessible.
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Uber CEO Spotted Riding Subway, Sparking Wave of Jokes

Dara Khosrowshahi, the CEO of Uber, has come in for ridicule online after he was pictured riding on the New York City subway system. Uber's ridesharing service is used by an estimated 93 million people worldwide. However, it appears Khosrowshahi thought better of using the app when it came to traveling around the Big Apple on this occasion.
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shillingtoneducation.com

51 Free Mockups to Bring Your Designs to Life

How you present your design work is all about providing context. And mockups are a great way to do so. On Shillington’s graphic design course, we help students craft the best possible portfolio to help them win over potential employers and clients. And an important part of that is matching the visual assets to both the client’s brief and their intended purpose.
COMPUTERS

Citi Bike tossed onto NYC subway tracks damages train

A subway train came to a screeching halt after crashing into a Citi Bike tossed onto the tracks in Queens, police said Friday. The collision sent sparks flying and triggered the train’s emergency brake. None of the straphangers aboard the southbound R train were hurt, but the train was damaged. Four men and a women are being sought for their role in the incident, which happened on Saturday ...
QUEENS, NY

How to Ride the NYC Subway | With Tips & Tricks From a Local!

In my most requested video yet, I explain how to ride the NYC Subway. I know it can be a little overwhelming to figure out how to use an entirely new transit system, especially if you don't frequently use public transportation at all, and I'm here to help! Watch for a full explanation as to how to ride the NYC Subway successfully, including some extra tips for a smooth ride.
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