NYPD Eases Rules for Subway Swipe Beggars; Hillary’s Favorite Places to Eat in NY

Posted On Mon, April 18, 2016 By

Posted On Mon, April 18, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Since 2013, the NYPD has made more than 10,000 arrests of people asking for MetroCard swipes. Now, as part of the city’s more lenient approach to low-level rule breakers, these swipe hawkers will just get a ticket or court summons. [NYT]
  • Hillary Clinton’s favorite food and drink in New York state. [Thrillist]
  • For the first time, female firefighters got their own FDNY calendar. [DNAinfo]
  • This inflatable, house-shaped bed fits inside a tote bag. [Design Milk]
  • Work at the 72nd Street station could delay the Second Avenue Subway’s December opening date. [Second Avenue Sagas]

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