M. Chaussettes Nasty has added a photo to the pool: But there was nothing. We even stopped a kid on the street and asked if there was any place to get breakfast. "No" was all he said and walked away.
The Lobster Shift is a monthly column by Kenneth R. Rosen that explores the city and its inhabitants in the hours between dusk and dawn. How often do we pass a place and remember someone from our history? It’s a curious bit of personal tradition for me to swing through Philadelphia and think of Shannon; Washington, D.C., to bow myself against the memory of Amy; Miami resonates with Evan; in Delaware I think of my lost friend Hilary; Trenton is for Dakota; Charleston is for Hannah; and Savannah is for Georgia, a girl named for the state I once called home. Here I find myself between them again, traveling on a train …
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taigatrommelchen has added a photo to the pool: New York City Subway station ‘Smith–Ninth Streets’ IND Culver Line Approaching G train bound for ‘Church Avenue’ on the elevated bridge avobe Ninth Street with the staircase to the platforms Einfahrendem Zug der Linie G Richtung ‘Church Avenue’ auf der Hochbahn über der Ninth Street mit dem Treppenhaus zu den Bahnsteigen DSC00138