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The payphone is headed to the Museum of the City of New York as part of a new exhibit about pre-digital life in NYC.
"Zero Nukes," created by Mexican artist Pedro Reyes, is part of a program raising awareness of nuclear proliferation, commissioned by the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists.
The new entrance features a 15-foot wide stairway and elevator with access to the shuttle to Grand Central Terminal.
Riders, city officials and advocates for unhoused populations describe how they’re approaching subway safety and dealing with the collective trauma from the Michelle Go tragedy.
The New York group, which represents more than 70 groups, decried the epidemic of violence against Asian Americans.
The victim was struck by an oncoming subway Saturday, according to police.
The "Crossroads of the World" welcomed the public back, but with rules.
Good news: the multicolored paper still flutters and falls.
The new Ball is said to symbolize the “Gift of Wisdom." Meanwhile, some health experts have raised concerns about hosting the event amid the omicron wave.
The old plans had asked for spectators to be either vaccinated or tested-and-masked.
The group, which included Lin-Manuel Miranda, Laura Benanti, and Josh Groban, gathered in Times Square to sing "Sunday," from his musical "Sunday in the Park with George."
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