New York | When the Old Penn Station Was Demolished, New York Lost Its Faith Sections Skip to content Skip to site index Past Tense Today’s version is humiliating and bewildering. One of Penn Station’s 22 famous eagles being removed from the building’s one remaining facade. The statues ended up in far-flung places like the New Jersey Botanical Garden and on the roof of Cooper Union. July 12, 1966. Credit Credit Jack Manning/The New York Times Supported by ByMichael Kimmelman April 24, 2019 There was a time when New York City had the gateway it deserved. Demolished more than half a century ago, the former Pennsylvania Station by McKim, Mead & White was hardly the first great building in town to face the wrecking ball. The Lenox Library by Richard Morris Hunt and the old Waldorf-Astoria by Henry Hardenbergh on Fifth Avenue also came down. For generations, New Yorkers embraced the mantra of change, … [Read more...] about When the Old Penn Station Was Demolished, New York Lost Its Faith
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper New York | New York Says It Will Crack Down on City Workers Abusing Parking Privileges Supported by ByWinnie Hu Feb. 21, 2019 [What you need to know to start the day: Get New York Today in your inbox .] The traffic choking New York City streets has brought new congestion fees on taxis and Ubers and rallied support around a broader congestion pricing plan to charge all cars and trucks entering the busiest neighborhoods. Now city officials are ratcheting up the fight against another traffic headache: parking scofflaws. On Thursday, Mayor Bill de Blasio is expected to announce new measures aimed at municipal employees who abuse city-issued parking placards that are intended to help them carry out their official duties, but too often are abused and contribute to clogged streets. Many employees brazenly display … [Read more...] about New York Says It Will Crack Down on City Workers Abusing Parking Privileges
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index New York Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper New York | ‘When Sam and I Broke Up, I Decided to Sell Everything. New York Makes It Easy.’ Supported by METROPOLITAN DIARY Parting with a relationship’s accumulated possessions, a little help parking and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary. After It’s Over Dear Diary: When Sam and I broke up, I decided to sell everything. New York makes it easy. The woman who bought our kitchen table was from Williamsburg. She appeared to be around my age, late 20s, but I could be wrong. She left in an Uber after I detached the legs for her. A friend bought a pair of printed fabric chairs for $80. She also took some shelves and a plant. Sam never watered the plants anyway. One time I joked that all of our plants had an absent father. It’s the kind of joke that makes me sad now. … [Read more...] about ‘When Sam and I Broke Up, I Decided to Sell Everything. New York Makes It Easy.’
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Michael Liedtke, Ap Technology Writer Updated 7:13 am PDT, Friday, August 10, 2018 Photo: Seth Wenig, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 FILE - In this March 15, 2017 file photo, a sign marks a pick-up point for the Uber car service at LaGuardia Airport in New York. New York City is imposing a one-year moratorium on new ride-hailing licenses in Uber's largest U.S. market, raising the specter that other cities may adopt similar crackdowns as they try to ease traffic congestion. less FILE - In this March 15, 2017 file photo, a sign marks a pick-up point for the Uber car service at LaGuardia Airport in New York. New York City is imposing a one-year moratorium on new ride-hailing licenses in ... more Photo: Seth Wenig, AP Uber faces new roadblock in New York on its way to IPO 1 / 1 Back to Gallery SAN … [Read more...] about Uber faces new roadblock in New York on its way to IPO