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free tickets to Queens of the Stone Age’s MSG show are hidden in NYC subways

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Queens of the Stone Age‘s tour behind this year’s Villains is about to land in NYC at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday (10/24). Three pairs of tickets are hidden in NYC subway stations…

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Princess Nokia was the one who threw the soup at the racist L Train rider

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Princess Nokia: “And yes I threw hot soup in this mans face and kicked him off off the train, and kicked in the face. Any other racists wanna try us again?“

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purple Prince Spotify ads add color to Union Square subway station

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Prince’s crucial Warner Brothers catalog returned to streaming services on Sunday, and just to make sure you knew about it, Spotify put up a few ads in NYC’s 14th St Union Square subway hub…

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Neil Young turned NYC’s “S” subway shuttle into the Earth Train

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Earth Train is an “eco-centric installation” on the “S” shuttle train, with cars “wrapped in various earthy themes (i.e. trees, water, clouds) and will be filled with earth friendly facts that Neil would like to share with riders.”

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BV contributor Gretchen Robinette’s photo show “Unlimited MetroCard” on display at Max Fish

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Photographer and frequent BrooklynVegan contributor Gretchen Robinette has a unique photo exhibit, titled “Unlimited MetroCard,” which will be on display at Max Fish (120 Orchard St.) from Sunday, April 17 through Tuesday, May 17

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Introducing: Mountain Animation

Source: All Things Go

Mountain Animation

In the lore of New York City public transportation the G train has a less than stellar reputation. Though its stations are full-sized the train itself only sports half the normal amount of cars so folks will often find themselves running to catch a train they were on time for. Further, since it doesn’t serve Manhattan (only the upstarts Brooklyn and Queens) it tends to have lower ridership, resulting in longer wait times.

Sometimes, however, that time between trains is a blessing rather than a curse. Sometimes barely missing a train and having to stand at the station for ...

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