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Those scary mud caverns are slowly but surely transforming into scary subway tunnels.
Today the MTA announced that the infernal blasting that has vexed Upper East Siders for the past two years has come to an end.
The MTA doesn't want to run around blaming anybody, BUT...
A "miscommunication" at the Second Avenue subway project caused yesterday's miraculously bloodless explosion on the Upper East Side, says an anonymous source.
Upper East Siders reacted to yesterday's explosion with signature calm, unruffled understatement.
Hell on Earth. (BitchcakesNY's Flickr) For the past two months, Manhattan
Tenants at 28 tenement-style apartments on the Upper East Side are
Subway construction (MTA) Residents of six Upper East Side apartment buildings
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