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Buiding Collapses in New York – News

Recent News- New York: The New York City fire department says an East Harlem apartment building has exploded and collapsed, leading to 11 minor injuries.

WABC says residents heard a large explosion in an apartment building near Park Avenue and 116th Street around 9 am Wednesday. The building was five stories and appeared to be reduced to rubble.

TV news footage shows billowing smoke and firefighters dousing the site from ladder trucks. Bricks also cover parked vehicles.

Residents reported hearing a large explosion in an apartment building around 9 am.

The site is adjacent to Metro-North commuter railroad tracks, not far from the northeastern tip of Central Park. Metro-North says it has halted service to and from Grand Central Terminal.

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The United States Will Freeze to Minus 62 C. - NEW YORK (17)

The United States Will Freeze to Minus 62 C.

Is anyone is planning to go U.S. Hang on check the weather first then move ahead? see this here…

In the United States after New Year’s record snowfall came to abnormal frosts. In Washington this January is called the coldest in the last 20 years. Not yet cleared. Dozens of people in hospitals all have the same diagnosis – severe frostbite.
Abnormal cold expected in the coming days in several U.S. states. Forecasters warn that because of the cold front with arctic winds already this night the thermometer in some areas can drop to -62 C.
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Lovers on The Streets of New York (3)

Lovers on The Streets of New York

For 30 years a street photographer in New York Matt Weber saw it all: the homeless, cruelty, oddities and other harsh details that give it the character of the Big Apple. But see also the “soft side” of New York, a city where people fall in love, and the couple are not shy to show their feelings in public. Weber is always trying to capture different emotions on their shots. Often, in a city like New York, it can only be a feeling of anger and irritation. But sometimes you can see and something gentle, sweet, sublime. For example, love. Just be in love and love everyone. Continue reading

Cuddling for Money (1)

Cuddling for Money???

A woman from Penfield, New York, is offering customers an hour of cuddling for $60. Jacqueline Samuel runs The Snuggery out of her upstate cottage in New York. The University of Rochester graduate said that her business was booming since it kicked off this summer. In fact, the demand became so much that she had to hire a second snuggler. Continue reading

Beauty of High Line Park From New York (1)

Beauty of High Line Park From New York

The High Line is 1-mile (1.6 km) New York City linear park built on a 1.45-mile (2.33 km) section of the former elevated New York Central Railroad spur called the West Side Line, which runs along the lower west side of Manhattan; it has been redesigned and planted as an aerial greenway. The High Line Park currently runs from Gansevoort Street, one block below of West 12th Street, in the Meatpacking District, up to 30th Street, through the neighborhood of Chelsea to the West Side Yard, near the Javits Convention Center. The recycling of the railway into an urban park has spurred real estate development in the neighborhoods which lie along the line. I think the beauty is very natural and its good to take a walk here in the evening…. Continue reading