by Tom Scocca ★★★★★ Manhattan receded in shades of blue, like a mountain range. Building windows flashed in the sun to the west of the train, while the east lay in haze. Thin clouds and clear sky bled together, borderless.
Tomorrow you can celebrate 80 years of being able to drink legally in the United States. Prohibition, established by the 18th Amendment to stop people from making, moving or selling alcohol, was repealed on December 5th 1933.
A new pipeline massively expanded the amount of natural gas flowing into Manhattan.
Jacoby Ellsbury’s joining the Yankees is not the same as when other former Red Sox players such as Sparky Lyle, Roger Clemens and Wade Boggs went to New York and won titles.