Eating the #4 and Q (Subway) Lines - NY City

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2013/01/19 08:56:53 (permalink)

Eating the #4 and Q (Subway) Lines - NY City

For the past several months the NY Daily News has been running a weekly stop-by-stop eating trip along two of NY's subway lines, the #4 and the Q line. Since each of these lines run thru a series of diverse neighborhoods, there's quite a few interesting restaurants along the way.
 
There doesn't seem to be one link to the whole series, but I've linked to the primary writer of the series, Rachel Wharton. That should get you to most if not all of the articles.
 
http://www.nydailynews.com/authors?author=Rachel Wharton
Edit: For some reason I can't get the whole URL to paste correctly, the word Wharton won't carry over to the paste. I think it should work if you add the word Wharton to the URL in the address box. Or when the link I posted gets you to the Daily News page, just type Rachel Wharton into the search box. Sorry.
post edited by ken8038 - 2013/01/19 09:00:46
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    CCinNJ
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    Re:Eating the #4 and Q (Subway) Lines - NY City 2013/01/19 10:16:05 (permalink)
    It's a great series...and a wonderful idea to use Subway lines as guides.


    Taste of The NY Subway System is a directory that lists restaurants (good - bad - ugly) along the stops ...within the lines ...

    http://idlewords.com/taste_of_subway/
    post edited by CCinNJ - 2013/01/19 10:37:04
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    Re:Eating the #4 and Q (Subway) Lines - NY City 2013/01/25 10:47:59 (permalink)
    ken8038
    http://www.nydailynews.com/authors?author=Rachel Wharton
    Edit: For some reason I can't get the whole URL to paste correctly, the word Wharton won't carry over to the paste. I think it should work if you add the word Wharton to the URL in the address box. Or when the link I posted gets you to the Daily News page, just type Rachel Wharton into the search box. Sorry.

    Browsers assume that the URL ends with the first space. There are two ways of handling this. The first is to put in a %20 (hexidecimal for space) to substitute for the space:
    http://www.nydailynews.co...uthor=Rachel%20Wharton
     
    The other, only available to people who have posted a minimum number of messages to cut down on spam; I think it's like 25 or 50, and WAYYYYYYY less than the 1400+ messages you have posted) is to highlight some text, and use the little link icon in the editor. So you can say, for example, here is the page.
     
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