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Historical Photo of the Week (May 21st, 2018): "Miss Subways"

Several "Miss Subways" celebrate the 1968 opening of the new 57th Street Station (at 57th St/6th Ave), which was, at the time, the first new station to open in 28 years. Read More

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Historical Photo of the Week (April 23, 2018): The Original Madison Square Garden

Originally called the Great Roman Hippodrome, the first incarnation of Madison Square Garden, built in 1874, was a roofless structure located at East 26th Street and Madison Avenue. Read More

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What We're Reading #2: $11 Billion for East Side Access, Newsstands Struggle & More

Here's what we're reading this week - the links that have grabbed our attention. 

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Historical Photo of the Week (April 16, 2018): The Dewey Arch

The Dewey Arch was temporarily erected in Madison Square Park to celebrate Admiral George Dewey's 1898 victory in the Battle of Manila Bay in the Philippines during the Spanish-American War. Read More

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What's Happening In CB5 In April?

Community Board Five's monthly recommendations for what you should see and do in midtown Manhattan this month. In April, gallivant along a car-free Broadway, attend SIBL's Financial Planning Day and get resources for immigrants. Read More

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Historical Photo of the Week (April 2, 2018): Nuns Cross 8th Avenue

Two nuns make their way across 8th Avenue along 43rd Street in this 1933 photo. The Hotel Times Square, on the left-hand side of the photo, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and now serves as a supportive housing residence. Read More

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