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Contactless payment rolls out in 16 subway stations, fishing in the Hudson River, & more

By Nikki M. Mascali | May 31, 2019 - 11:00AM 

OMNY, the MTA’s contactless payment system, rolls out today in 16 subway stations and on Staten Island buses (City & State New York)

The first span of the much-delayed pedestrian bridge connecting Fidi and Battery Park City is being put into place (Gothamist)

Three Manhattan anglers share their passion for fishing in the Hudson River (West Side Rag)

Most Americans want a 15-45-minute buffer zone between their parents/in-laws and themselves, a new survey from Ally Home finds (press release) 

Parker Posey buys $1.5 million triplex in Chelsea; the one-bedroom walk-up has a fireplace, private roof garden, and one and a half baths (New York Post)

Why—and how—subway tiles in kitchens are timeless, not basic (Apartment Therapy)

 

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