Category Archives: Southeast

Photo of the Day/What I Missed While I Was Away

This bit of brilliance comes from our blogging brethren (sistren?) Emily over at IRidetheHarlemLine. Emily is attempting to violate every one of the behaviorial tips listed in the monthly Mileposts rag. It looks like an album cover for a band … Continue reading

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Six Minutes, GCT to Southeast

Here it is, folks, the commute of the future, the state of rail travel the way Donald Fagen imagined it when he spoke about being “On that train all graphite and glitter/Undersea by rail/Ninety minutes from New York to Paris…” … Continue reading

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Word of the Week: ACCIDENTAL TOURIST

ACCIDENTAL TOURIST: ACKS-sidd-dental TORR-IST noun: Falling asleep on the commute and waking up several stops past your own in a strange land. Usage: I had two martinis at lunch, then pulled an Accidental Tourist on the 5:46 to White Plains when I woke … Continue reading

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Word of the Week

ACCIDENTAL TOURIST: \ACKS-sidd-dental TORR-IST\ noun: Falling asleep on the commute and waking up several stops past your own in a strange land. Usage: I had two martinis at lunch, then pulled an Accidental Tourist on the 5:46 to White Plains when I woke … Continue reading

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Brewster on $6.25 Or Less

The kid was wearing a tight white United Way t-shirt, and he had the charity thing down to a science. He was maybe 17, in long denim shirts, his attention focused on a P2P video game in which shooting people … Continue reading

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