Monthly Archives: January 2015


Originally posted on Abagond:
Cahokia (fl. 1050-1250) was the largest North American city north of Mexico in 1100. It was as large as Paris or London in its day, or New York in the late 1700s. It had 15,000 to…

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The Magic Numbers To Make The Most Of Your MetroCard With The New Fare Hike

  On Thursday, the MTA board voted unanimously to pass a new round of fare hikes for 2015—starting in March, the base subway/bus pay-per-ride fare will be raised from $2.50 to $2.75, with an effective fare increase of 4.1% across … Continue reading

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City Urges New Yorkers to Sign Up for Health Insurance

  The Health Department is launching a new ad campaign to remind people that they may qualify for coverage at no cost under the Affordable Care Act. City Urges New Yorkers to Sign Up for Health InsuranceFri, 09 Jan 2015 … Continue reading

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City DOE to Lift Cell Phone Ban in March

  Sources tell NY1 the city is expected to lift a longstanding ban on cellphones in public schools, allowing principals, teachers, and parents to work out policies for their individual schools. City DOE to Lift Cell Phone Ban in MarchWed, … Continue reading