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glass house inv dog

You might be able to see this marvelous installation before it comes down this weekend. In the sunlight, the envelopes catch the light and seem to float in the air. The artist is Spencer Merolla and the location is The Glass House, a small outpost of the Invisible Dog Gallery, on Bergen Street near the F Train stop.

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subway-graffiti

Catch it now, at 15th Street on the F Train. It will be probably be there until an ad is stuck on top of it.

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view-from-sub-gray-weeknd

After a couple days of rain, snow, slush, wind, and cold, it’s hard to remember when we last had warm weather. Ever the optimist, I’m thinking The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow.

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It's safe to eat, right?

Seen on the floor of the F Train. Everyone was sitting at one end of the subway car because there was a pile of barf at the other end of the train. We were imagining a pleasant peppermint aroma.

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wet pai

Down the platform, away from the escalators at the Smith and Ninth subwaIy stop, there are stainless arches for security on the cement wall. The look is reminiscent of deco. I’ll try for a better picture when I’m not jumping on a train.

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signs

It’s a sensory overload, across the street from the new Smith & 9th subway station. The re-done building is like our local Bilbao, so it’s only appropriate that red, white, and blue foil banners are among the complementary shiny visual distractions nearby.

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shiny

I haven’t tried out the escalator yet, but how often do you get to stand on a brand new subway platform? It’s a rare and special thing:  the Smith & Ninth Street station reopened today after  extensive renovations. Three-second rules for dropped food don’t apply, that’s how fresh and clean this station is!

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