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Judge gives Subway Inn another stay of eviction

amny.com — Ding Dong Lounge closes (and more shuttered dive bars) Subway Inn's end has been put off for a little while longer. A state civil judge gave the 77-year-old midtown bar another stay of eviction Wednesday as she discusses the case with the Salinas family, the bar's owners, and the World-Wide Group, the developers looking to close the dive for redevelopment.

Time Warner Cable outage reported nationwide

amny.com — "We're working to restore services to all areas as quickly as possible."
Aug 27, 2014

RT @amNewYork: Back to our lives, everyone. Time Warner Cable says service is largely restored bit.ly/1sAU3WO

Transit group, officials call for extension of G train transfer at Lorimer

amny.com — G train riders will welcome the end of repairs that have cut off access to Queens, but not the end of a free out-of-station transfer in Williamsburg. A transit group, Riders Alliance, and Brooklyn elected officials want the MTA to keep letting G train passengers that use pay-per-ride MetroCards to freely transfer to the J and M lines at the Lorimer Street stop.
Aug 27, 2014

on top of a free transfer b/w G + J/M lines at Lorimer, there have been calls for free connect to Atlantic hub amny.com/transit/transi…

Aug 27, 2014

RT @amNewYork: .@RidersNY, elected officials calls for extension of free G train transfer at Lorimer Street stop bit.ly/1lfvDTP

Aug 27, 2014

G train construction project is ending and so is the free transfer to the J/M @ Lorimer amny.com/transit/transi…

Man impersonates cabdriver to attempt to sexually assault woman with three kids

amny.com — A man was still on the run Wednesday after impersonating a cabdriver and trying to sexually assault a woman inside the car while her 1-year-old child sat on her lap, police said.
Aug 27, 2014

Man impersonates cabdriver to attempt to sexually assault woman with three kids @amNewYork amny.com/news/man-imper…

Fall TV 2014 preview

amny.com — Fall is always the time for the biggest television debuts, and this year is no different. It's a strong season if you're hankering for new crime stories, as there are a ton of them, from "Gotham," following Detective James Gordon in the time before Batman, to Debra Messing's "The Mysteries of Laura," about a homicide detective.

Subway rules New Yorkers love to ignore

amny.com — Catching up on my light reading, I perused the NYC Transit Rules of Conduct and Fines while riding the D train downtown last weekend. Good news! I discovered that violations of subway etiquette such as leaning on a pole, wide stance sitting and holding a door open for your slow-footed, cackling friends are all against the rules and carry stiff fines.
Aug 27, 2014

You can get fined $50 for hogging a subway pole or for taking up more than one seat. If only these were enforced bit.ly/1op19dg

Best lunch NYC - am New York

amny.com — New Yorkers like to work - and we like to eat, too. And there's nothing better than a good lunch to keep your day going. But it can be hard to decide what to eat for that all-important mid-day meal. You know what we're talking about.
Aug 27, 2014

RT @amNewYork: What's for lunch today? We've broken down the best lunch spots in the city by neighborhood bit.ly/1rv44Jf pic.twitter.com/jdl7J62lsZ

Aug 25, 2014

RT @amNewYork: Trying to decide on lunch? We've got your back: The best lunch spots, by neighborhood bit.ly/1rv44Jf pic.twitter.com/yHT8O1pbXn

Aug 25, 2014

The awesome @georgiakral has just done all you worker bees a valuable service. Behold! the lunch guides amny.com/eat-and-drink/…