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April 21, 2013
Penn Station can’t move. But Madison Square Garden can. Is it time to move the iconic arena so the outdated, decaying, poorly organized center of the East Cost transportation universe can grow? That’s what Vin Cipolla and Robert Yaro argue in the New York Daily News, stating, “The tracks stop there, so Penn Station can’t move. But the Garden can.” The current MSG is the fourth iteration of the iconic athletic venue, and you’re more likely to board your Amtrak train first at Penn Station if you look at the arrivals board, not the departures board. (photo by Mike Albans/New York Daily News)

Penn Station can’t move. But Madison Square Garden can. Is it time to move the iconic arena so the outdated, decaying, poorly organized center of the East Cost transportation universe can grow? That’s what Vin Cipolla and Robert Yaro argue in the New York Daily News, stating, “The tracks stop there, so Penn Station can’t move. But the Garden can.” The current MSG is the fourth iteration of the iconic athletic venue, and you’re more likely to board your Amtrak train first at Penn Station if you look at the arrivals board, not the departures board. (photo by Mike Albans/New York Daily News)

19:08 // 1 year ago
December 26, 2012

The joys of holiday travel

Holiday travel is something, isn’t it? A scene from Penn Station. (Repost because Cinemagram screwed it up the first time)

21:39 // 1 year ago
January 7, 2012
An official, informal staff meeting: Today, I got the chance to meet Matthew Keys in person for the first time. Me, Matt and Seth Millstein, who I met in person once before about a year and a half ago, met in a restaurant across from Penn Station (‘sup NYC?). It was nice to put voices and faces with ideas and philosophies. It was pretty awesome. Three-fifths of the gang got to hang, but Chris and Sami, you were there in spirit. Fortunately, there were no earthquakes and nobody died, which is probably a major news story in and of itself. — Ernie @ SFB

An official, informal staff meeting: Today, I got the chance to meet Matthew Keys in person for the first time. Me, Matt and Seth Millstein, who I met in person once before about a year and a half ago, met in a restaurant across from Penn Station (‘sup NYC?). It was nice to put voices and faces with ideas and philosophies. It was pretty awesome. Three-fifths of the gang got to hang, but Chris and Sami, you were there in spirit. Fortunately, there were no earthquakes and nobody died, which is probably a major news story in and of itself. — Ernie @ SFB

20:35 // 2 years ago