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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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Eating along the A line: Broad Channel

Broad Channel, a tiny marshfront community in Jamaica Bay, is served by a handful of businesses on Cross Bay Blvd. like these three, blocks from the Broad Channel station. Broad Channel is one of New York’s most unusual neighborhoods: a tiny marshfront community on an island in Jamaica Bay. Food / Dining – NY Daily […]

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Eating along the A line: The Beach 98th St. stop in Seaside, Queens

The A train’s Beach 98th St. stop in the Rockaway nabe of Seaside, one of the system’s most lightly used, is worth a trip for any of several exceptional places to eat. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating along the A line: New and old near Beach 90th St.

The area around the Beach 90th St. station on the Rockaway Park Branch of the A train is home to longstanding favorites and a growing number of new businesses. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Bertha poses rip current risk along Jersey shore

Swimmers are urged to be cautious at New Jersey beaches. The National Weather Service says a moderate risk of rip currents is in effect through Wednesday because of Tropical Storm Bertha. Bertha is creating long-period swells as it moves northward in the Atlantic, posing no direct threat to the U.S. East Coast. WNYW – Local […]

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Eating along the A line: The Beach 98th St. stop in Seaside, Queens

The A train’s Beach 98th St. stop in the Rockaway nabe of Seaside, one of the system’s most lightly used, is worth a trip for any of several exceptional places to eat. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the A Line: 105th St. stop in Seaside

Dining options might be slim around the Beach 105th St. stop on the A train in Seaside, Queens, but these three businesses will keep you well fed — from your breakfast-before-the-beach, to the very last call. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the A Line: 105th St. stop in Seaside

Dining options might be slim around the Beach 105th St. stop on the A train in Seaside, Queens, but these three businesses will keep you well fed — from your breakfast-before-the-beach, to the very last call. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the A Line: Beach 116th St. in Rockaway Park

The Queens side of the A train begins at Beach 116th St. in Rockaway Park. It’s an endearing avenue, home to both free beach access and independently owned businesses like bagel bakeries, beachwear shops and these three restaurants that offer a break from the sun and sand. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Campaign Finance: Charlie Rangel’s Charitable Giving Shrinks Along With Fund-Raising Clout

The longtime representative from Harlem has given away hundreds of thousands of dollars over recent years, mostly to New York City organizations. NYT > N.Y. / Region

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Eating Along the G Line: Court Square in Long Island City

The last stop on the G train in Queens is Court Square, just beneath the tall tower of the Citigroup Building. On weekdays, this Long Island City area is a mini-Midtown, the plaza filled with suited office workers. Their favorite lunch spots include these three eateries. Food / Dining – NY Daily News

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Eating Along the G Line: Long Island City’s waterfront

If it’s been a while since you visited the Long Island City waterfront — which sits just east of the 21st St. G train stop in Queens — you’re in for a surprise. The once warehouse-filled area is now home not just to sleek new towers and the stunning Gantry Plaza State Park, but plenty […]

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