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Eating Along the A Line: Canal St. stop

The Canal St. A train stop sits in the no-man’s land between Tribeca, SoHo and the entrance to the Holland Tunnel. Luckily you just have to walk a block or two to find good food, especially at these three new spots. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating along the A line: Sweet and savory near Chambers St.

Now that One World Trade Center is open, thousands more workers will soon be scouring the streets of Tribeca for lunch. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Students’ science project goes up in flames along with NASA rocket

An enthusiastic bunch of middle school students from Queens will have to wait a while to find out if zero gravity affects the germination of chia plants. Their experiment was… | Metro | New York Post

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Eating Along the A Line: Jay St.-MetroTech

These days, once-quiet streets near the Jay St.-MetroTech subway station are crowded, as high-rise condos and upscale hotels arrive and new shops move into the business district known as MetroTech. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the A Line: Hoyt-Schermerhorn Sts.

The A train stop at Hoyt-Schermerhorn Sts. sits on the edge of downtown Brooklyn, where sleek new towers are popping up among old-timey shops and coffee carts serving the nearby courthouses. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the A Line: Nostrand Ave.

The stretch of Nostrand Ave. near the A line subway station is one of Brooklyn’s better snacking streets. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the A Line: Utica Ave. in Bed-Stuy

It’s worth a trip to the A train stop at Utica Ave. in Bed-Stuy this fall just to stroll through some of Brooklyn’s most beautiful streets. Here’s where to stop for a snack. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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John Craig Freeman’s “14th and AR” uses augmented reality technology for mobile devices to detect, and depict, the collusion of virtual and real worlds.  Photo courtesy of the artist

Art thrives along the great divide

John Craig Freeman’s “14th and AR” uses augmented reality technology for mobile devices to detect, and depict, the collusion of virtual and real worlds. Photo courtesy of the artist BY SCOTT STIFFLER  |  Whether you’re the kind of person who rails against change, stands on the sidelines in passive acceptance, or welcomes it with pom […]

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Eating Along the A Line: Broadway Junction in Brooklyn

At busy Broadway Junction in Brooklyn, the A train meets the L and J lines in a tangle of elevated tracks, just above a bus terminal and the intersection of Bushwick, Bed-Stuy and East New York. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Danish restaurant serving sex toys along with burgers

Danish ‘breastaurant’ Hot Buns has added sex toys and other X-rated items to its menu alongside burgers and fries, according to The Local. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Quirky sculptures along Broadway

6-year-old Teddy searched all the usual places for the smells he knew he should find on a fellow dog. When teddy’s nose detected nothing familiar on something so obviously canine he then turned to accuse us of tomfoolery. “Stray Dog” joins 10 other very different sculptures installed at various points along 100 blocks of Broadway […]

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Eating Along the A Line: Caribbean food in East New York

The A Train’s Euclid Ave. stop serves the neighborhood known as East New York, home to these three one-of-a-kind local spots. Each offer a taste from a different island in the Caribbean. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the A Line: Grant Ave. in Brooklyn

The A train station at Grant Ave. in Brooklyn sits in one of New York’s lesser-known neighborhoods.. Called City Line, this sub-section of East New York got its name because it’s where Brooklyn meets Queens. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the A Line: Three spots in Ozone Park

If you’ve never stepped out from the A train’s Aqueduct-North Conduit Ave. stop in Ozone Park, be prepared: One exit goes to the horse track, the other to a highway overpass. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the A Line: Italian specialties in Howard Beach

Cross Bay Blvd. might be a schlep from Howard Beach’s only A train station (Howard Beach-JFK Airport), but it’s been the Queens neighborhood’s main dining drag for decades. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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