Hundreds of New Yorkers queue up daily at the tiny Soup Spot on West 31st Street.
Walking down 31st Street across from Madison Square Garden at lunchtime, there’s always an intimidating line running outside of the tucked-away, hidden gem that is no bigger than a typical college dorm room.
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Inside an Eighth Avenue hangout, with fights, stretchers and nodding-out patrons
With ten, maybe twenty bags of trash slushing onto each other on the curb, the doors open to four men leaning a little too far into their chairs. Are they asleep? They’re not really moving. A line curls, immobile, from the lone cashier. This is 10 p.m. on a Monday at the McDonald’s on 34th Street and Eighth Avenue.
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A look, and a few tastes, at the shops in Bryant Park, Union Square and Grand Central.
BY LIZ HARDAWAY & CARSON KESSLER
Most of the holiday shops are up and running, some since even before Halloween. We perused dozens, in Bryant Park, Union Square and Grand Central, to distil the best of the best. Here’s a guide to the gift spots, food and unique stores in the winter wonderlands.
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Five days after the downtown terror attack, the NYC Marathon gave New Yorkers something to cheer about.
With a rented truck, a lead foot and eight dead in an act of terror, flashbacks of last week’s fatal collision haunted the minds of New Yorkers as the NYC Marathon quickly approached.
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Corey Johnson allocates funds to plant trees in every viable pit in District 3
As the leaves begin to change, the urban jungle can look forward to a greener fall.
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