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MTA New York City Transit today announced that service changes during a pair of August weekends on the C, E, F and G lines will bring “the G to the Sea” by extending the line more than 5 miles, to Coney Island. The G train normally terminates at Church Av in Kensington, Brooklyn, since the line was extended there from Smith-9 Sts in July 2009.
It’s all history now, but just over a decade ago, on-the-rise U.K. garage rockers The Subways were in the midst of an existential coin-flip wherein the band would either continue putting out energetic post-grunge records, or the nodules afflicting vocalist Billy Lunn would put the project to a screeching halt. Naturally, the record that followed was titled All or Nothing, and from this side of the album’s release it’s clear that the “all” won out—the group followed up that Butch Vig–produced LP with two more, and lately have assured us that their fifth album is coming soon.
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Subway is pushing back against claims that the tuna used in its sandwiches isn’t real by launching a website that it says offers proof from scientific experts that it is “100% real.”. The website, subwaytunafacts.com, takes on a report published by the New York Times that claimed that Subway’s sandwich...
Everything Is Moving Faster. Technology Can Help You Catch Up. Did you miss it? This hotly attended webinar from June 24 shows how technology offers an opportunity for both wholesale petroleum distributors and convenience stores to gain a competitive edge. Aread covered:. Offer automation to increase efficiency and accuracy and...
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Craving that meatball marinara sandwich? Guests might want to plan ahead because Subway restaurants will be closing for part of July 12. The reason why the lights will be off is a big one and it will have even more guests heading to Subway on July 13. Recently, Subway announced...
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After subway stations were flooded during last week's storms, the MTA is trying to prevent a repeat.
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Subway is revamping its menu and customers can get a first taste — free of charge. The sandwich giant plans to give away up to a million free subs as part of its nationwide Eat Fresh Refresh campaign, the company announced last week. On Tuesday, customers can request a free 6-inch sandwich at any participating Subway shop between 10 a.m. and noon, local time.