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  1. Subway Series is a term applied to any series of baseball games between New York City teams, as opposing teams can travel to compete merely by using the subway system. Subway Series is a term long used in New York, going back to series between the Brooklyn Dodgers or New York Giants and the New York Yankees in the 1940s and 1950s.

  2. May 24, 2019 · The hipster, almost-gritty Brooklyn neighborhood is mostly crowded with artistic types who spend their time in the cool coffee joints or in Brooklyn Bowl, where live music, cocktails and bowling brighten up the nights. You also get to shop at the boutiques on the Bedford Avenue and being a waterfront community you can easily use the East River ...

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  4. Aug 05, 2022 · Bryce Demopoulos, a senior at Cornell University, pulled a stranger off of the subway tracks at a subway station in the Bronx just moments before a No. 6 train approached the station at about 6 a.m. on Thursday. “It was pretty surreal,” Demopoulos, a Roosevelt Island resident, said of the incident. “While I was actually...

  5. sTo Len is a Queens based artist with interests in printmaking, installation, sound, video and performance. The cross-disciplinary nature of Len's work has included printmaking with polluted waterways, embedding a 12-part video into a virtual 3D scan of FreshKills Park, broadcasting pirate radio shows, reclaiming public space for art studios, recycling waste into art materials, and hosting ...

  6. An Examination of the Relationship between Government Funding Allocation and Services Provided by Nonprofit Organizations in Brooklyn and the Bronx, 1997-2000 (2007) The Concurrent Validity of Maternal Self-report: The Impact of Social Desirability on Substance Use and Prenatal Care (2006)

  7. After City Hall, follow signs for left U-turn onto Park Row/Brooklyn Bridge. Travel north two blocks and stay right on Park Row to Pace University on your right. From the South (Brooklyn and Staten Island): Travel across the Brooklyn Bridge to the end of the ramp and bear right onto Park Row South.

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