Subterranean New York – The subterranean tunnel between Fort Totten, Queens, New York and Fort Schuyler, Bronx, New York has been a mystery for years. Historians, park rangers and common sense imply it is a myth. The knowledge and skill needed to build a tunnel under more than 100 feet of water, simply wasn’t present at the time, they maintain.
One of the first things that make The 21 Club Restaurant stand out is the jockeys’ statues guarding the front. 21 Club was once home to wealthy horse owners and breeders of New York City. They donated jockeys with the colors of their private horse stables. They represent some of the most prominent horse farms in the country.
The Mob, the Police, and the Girl
How did a 16 year old girl help take down the mob?
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Do people really speak Brooklynese? I actually found people who believed most people from Brooklyn sound like Rosie Perez, Joe Pesci and Marisa Tomei in My Cousin Vinnie.
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Mohawks first employed by the Dominion Bridge Company in 1886 after workers noticed tribal members casually walking across the construction beams of a train bridge being built across the St. Lawrence River near their reservation at Kahnawake, Montreal.
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