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Eating Along the G Line: Bergen St. stop

The stretch of Smith St. that separates Cobble Hill from Boerum Hill has been one of Brooklyn’s restaurant rows for more than a decade. But it’s also a decent spot to get some work done, bouncing from one Wifi-enabled cafe, bistro or coffee shop to another. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the G Line: Three unique spots near the Smith St. stop

The G train station at Smith-Ninth Sts. falls on the border of Gowanus and Carroll Gardens, two distinctly different nabes. The first has working warehouses and heavy industry; the other, brownstones and cafes. Three spots provide a taste of both.      Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Body found in bag along the boardwalk in Queens

Authorities in Queens are investigating the death of a man who was found stuffed in a plastic bag along the boardwalk in the Rockaways. New York City news from Eyewitness News on WABC-TV’s 7online.com

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Eating Along the G Line: Fourth Ave. stop in Brooklyn

While the G train station at Fourth Ave. and Ninth St. is technically in Park Slope, the corner it calls home has always felt more industrial than the brownstone blocks nearby. But as high-rise condos go up, things are changing.      Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the G: Park Slope’s Seventh Ave. stop

For years, Park Slope’s Seventh Ave. has been less of a culinary destination than other nearby stretches. But steps from the G train’s Seventh Ave./Ninth St. station, a handful of newcomers are making their mark.      Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the M Line: 71st Ave. in Forest Hills

The final stop on the M train, at 71st Ave., is in one of Forest Hillss main shopping districts — where high-end chains share space with old-fashioned shops and a growing number of slick restaurants.      Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the M Line: 67th Ave. stop in Forest Hills

The 67th Ave. stop on the M line is in Forest Hills, long home to one of the city’s largest Jewish populations. There are also many restaurants, like these three, that are certified kosher. And they’re all worth a trip from anywhere in the city.      Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Best Link Ever! Animal Friends Getting Along

Thank you, Internet, for the animal link to end all animal links. This photo album, from the Rocky Ridge Refuge in Arkansas, features every combination of animals snuggling: kittens and skunks, dogs and Capybabra (above), zebras and deer, puppies and deer, puppies and lambs, a zebra with a mini horse, and a standalone image of this African […]

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Eating Along the M Line: Woodhaven Blvd. stop

When the M train arrives at the Woodhaven Blvd. stop right on the border of Elmhurst and Rego Park, things get hectic. It’s in the middle of Queens Blvd., close to the city’s busiest shopping center and in the shadow of the Long Island Expressway.      Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the M Line: Grand Ave./Newtown stop

You might think the dining scene would be bleak around the Grand Ave./Newtown stop on the M train, given its proximity to notoriously busy Queens Blvd. But this is Elmhurst, one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods.      Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Pothole repairs along Staten Island Expressway

There’s a commuter alert for Staten Island. New York Traffic | Metro Traffic in New York City and the tri-state area

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Eating Along the M Line: Elmhurst Ave. station

The M train’s Elmhurst Ave. station sits in the middle of the neighborhood of the same name, which is also one of the city’s lesser-known Chinatowns. Tucked in between Elmhurst’s longstanding Asian supermarkets, Cantonese hot spots, dumpling houses and real Thai takeout, these three spots offer something new.      Food / Dining – NY Daily […]

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New commissioner

William F. Bratton (L) holds his badge along with his wife Rikki Klieman after he was sworn in as the 42nd Commissioner of the New York City Police Department by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio during a ceremony at Police headquarters in New York, January 2, 2014.

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Eating Along the M Line: Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave. stop

Five trains meet at the Jackson Heights-Roosevelt Ave. stop on the M line, and so do twice as many cultures. Choosing a restaurant can be daunting, so we consulted neighborhood resident Jeff Orlick for advice.      Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the M Line: 65th St. stop

You can find almost any cuisine in Queens, and as the M train travels into Woodside at the 65th St. stop, that means you can eat and shop like South and Southeast Asians.      Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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