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Blog posts May 2019

A Houndstooth Skirt for Winter and Fall


Another day another skirt here on Covering the Bases. Hope everyone had a great weekend, let's pop on into this look!


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Clinton Street Access to Williamsburg Bridge to be Restricted During L Train Shutdown

The Department of Transportation this month announced that Clinton Street access to the Williamsburg Bridge will be significantly reduced during the dreaded L-Train Shutdown, beginning next spring.

According to the city agency, this chokepoint – the subject of outspoken neighborhood complaints fo…

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Monday 181022 – Experienced

Strength
A1. Half Kneeling Single Arm Kettlebell or Dumbbell Press, 3×8/side, building
A2. Wall Facing Handstand Hold, 3×20-30 s

Conditioning
3 rounds for time:
12 Handstand Push Ups (kip ok)
12 Strict Pull Ups
60 Double Unders

Time Cap: 15 minutes

Here’s what’s on tap for Tuesday’s Experienced classes:…

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Are these trending New York City restaurants on your radar? - WABC-TV

Want the inside word on New York City's most happening local spots?

We took a data-driven look at the question, using Yelp to analyze which eateries have been getting outsized attention this month.


To find out who made the list, we looked at New York City businesses on Yelp by category and counted ho…

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Snoopy and William Shatner debut in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade fifty years ago

A familiar canine face greeted New Yorkers fifty years ago over the skies of Midtown Manhattan.

By 1968, Charlie Brown, Lucy, Linus and the other creations of Charles Schulz had appeared in four animated television specials, although their first (1965’s A Charlie Brown Christmas) was then and rem…

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The Erastus C. Benedict House - 10 West 10th Street


In 1844 John Thompson began construction of a 26-foot wide home at No. 10 West 10th Street.  Completed the following year, it was designed in the currently popular Greek Revival style.  A rusticated brownstone basement level upheld three floors of red brick.  Stone lintels and sills complimented …

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Win tickets to THE JAY VONS w/ GREASY HEARTS and MIRANDA AND THE BEAT at Parkside Lounge on 1/11!

We have a pair of tickets to give away to see THE JAY VONS with GREASY HEARTS and MIRANDA AND THE BEAT at Parkside Lounge on Friday, January 11th!

For show information and tickets, click here.

Enter your full name and contact information below for a chance to win. Winner will be select…

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New York City Taxi Chief: Congestion Fee Will Hurt - Wall Street Journal

A new congestion charge on taxis and for-hire vehicles entering the busiest parts of Manhattan will be “potentially devastating” for New York City’s struggling yellow-cab industry, the city’s taxi chief has warned.

Taxi and Limousine Commissioner Meera Joshi said Monday that other sectors of…

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New York City: Battery Park Nyc View 1

Overview and HistoryNew York was invented by time-traveling punks from across the galaxy so they could show up there in 1977, smash some guitars and then overdose on heroin to die in the East Village, according to prophecy.The historic origins of the city go back to long before the American Revoluti…

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Mi Tea now serving up the cheese tea on St. Mark's Place

That Mi Tea location on 19-23 St. Mark's Place that I mentioned back on Aug. 14 is now up and running... EVG Bubble Tea District Correspondent Steven shared these photos here between Second Avenue and Third Avenue yesterday...

This is the fifth U.S. branch (there's one in Flushing) for the Hangzhou, …

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