Subway lines with service changes this weekend: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, D, E, F, J, L, N, Q, & R.
Get ready for two MTA fare hikes in the next three years because their service has been so stellar as of late.
The MTA is accused of abusing the declared state of emergency to push through bloated projects and spending more money than is necessary without following normal procedures. The emergency order is renewed monthly and has been in effect since June 2017.
Sometimes the original headline is enough. “Inside the girl gang that lures male enemies to their deaths.”
The top ten secrets of the Javits Center, according to Untapped Cities.
What’s the noisiest bar in the city? The Velvet Rope Lounge in Brighton Beach, but don’t worry because everyone’s favorite place to have sex in the bathrooms, Union Pool in Williamsburg, also made the list.
The NYPD has a “Horse AAA” service for their mounted units, which includes a mobile 2,850 degree furnace.
The city will continue collecting data from the mounted speed cameras in school zones, even if they will be unable to ticket speeding drivers. While Governor Cuomo has named Marty Golden by name as someone responsible for their demise, Cuomo has refused to use his power to call a special session of the State Senate.
This bronze elephant statue at the UN is partially hidden to hide it’s two foot long erection.
Filming around town: John Wick 3 is at 41st and 8th, Tell Me A Story w/Kim Cattrell is at Greenwich Ave and 7th, The Deuce w/Maggie Gyllenhaal is at Willow Ave and E 135th St in the Bronx, Manifest w/Josh Dallas is at Thomson Ave and 31st St in Long Island City, HBO’s Crashing w/Pete Holmes is on W 4th, and Law and Order: SVU is at Gramercy Park and 27th St and 10th.
The 13 best pie places in the city, according to Gothamist. If you have triskaidekpiephobia, this isn’t your story.
The Barclays Center is banning plastic straws by the end this year.
How did your block vote in the 2016 election? The NY Times has an extremely detailed map.
“The New L” wants to drive you to work during the L train shutdown for $155/month.
6sqft found 15 reasons to visit Staten Island.
The man shaking down Queens businesses in a wheelchair was caught walking without issue by the NY Post. His lawyer is dropping all 49 lawsuits.
There are real Nigerian princes in the city, but it doesn’t mean they aren’t scammers.