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Subway Blogger
Slices of life, underground, plus a wide-range of subway topics make this blog entertaining and interesting. Many posts are live-blogged from railside.

NYC Garbage
We admire the enterprising nature of this, perhaps less so the enterprise itself. Anyway, NYC garbage, assembled into plastic cubes, signed, sealed tight, numbered, and dated. Mmmmkay.

Written on the City
We tend to be uncharacteristically conservative when it comes to graffiti. Nevertheless, we think this collection of things written on city surfaces is not without interest.

The People's 311
A public photo pool to which anyone can contribute images of non-emergency problems that the city should address (dangling traffic signs, dying trees, things written on the city—see above).

NY Don't Love You
As New York has become a 'nicer' place to live, some worry that it's losing its legendary brusqueness and in-your-faceness. These t-shirts help right the balance.

Playing with Blocks
David Crohn's conversational, anecdotal accounts of the city, block by block.

The ARChive Blogoschmeer
The ARChive of Contemporary Music, on White Street, is home to the country's largest collection of popular recordings (over 1.6 million discs). Their blog covers any- and everything music-wise.

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5 Fall Movies We Want to See
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