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Essay: Gee vs. Elle, A Tale of Two Subways

Gee’s been in her older sister’s shadow for a while. Like, since 1933. She heard legend of Elle’s flapper-filled carts and smooth shuttling of partiers from soirée to soirée, borough to borough, without ever so much as rattling their champagne, which they could drink whilst riding cause Elle was a “cool train.”

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Subway wandering into Greenpoint

Scoutmob is hosting my new Subway Wanderings series, a micro-travel guide of sorts, wherein I get on random MTA lines, get off random stops, and create a spontaneous visual itinerary of whatever happens to cross my path.  I have to admit, I broke my own rules this week since the G to Nassau Avenue wasn’t exactly a serendipitous trip.  But the G needs a ‘lil more lovin’ from the G-phobes and haters.

Good things can happen along the G! (Especially when you get off Greenpoint).

See the rest here – Nassau Ave: A Micro-Travel Guide!

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