The following is a Guest Post by Andrew Price:
North America is such an amazing continent. I just came back from Mexico, which is always a wonderful experience, and it always amazes me how much variety there is on one continent. Mega cities, ancient ruins, some of the most beautiful rolling hillside towns filled with Spanish architecture. You can go from tundra to tropics. Most of it is just half a day of traveling away, and very affordable compared to Europe. We are on a lucky continent. You’re forbidden from generalizing North American urbanism without visiting a least a few of the places on the Pueblo Mágico list.
When I first visited Mexico, it shocked me how much inequality there was between the rich and the poor. Mexico City is up there among the most beautiful cities in the world…
The New York Daily News is reporting that a small WW-2 replica plane has crashed in the Hudson River near 79th street in Manhattan towards the New Jersey side. Sadly, reports are that the pilot did not survive the crash:
— Hudson County View (@HudsonCoView) May 28, 2016
Below is one of the videos that captured the crash:
And here’s a tweet of the activity covered via Periscope:
— Guin Sobral (@guinevere530) May 28, 2016
Memorial Day Weekend, an important event commemorating all men and women who have died in military service for our country. Colloquially, Memorial Day Weekend has become the unofficial start to summer. And it’s the start for people to go down the shore, the Hampton’s or basically just get out of town.
A new passageway connecting the World Trade Center Path Station with the rest of the NYC subway is set to open at 5pm today. The Dey Street Passageway will provide PATH riders with a direct underground connection to the subway – specifically, the 2,3,4,5, A,C,J,Z and R lines.
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