The Drilling Company Brings Shakespeare Back to Bryant Park
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A soggy morning commute turned into a total washout for New Yorkers hoping to ride the subway as heavy rain flooded the Bryant Park station in Manhattan earlier today.
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Rain and flooding caused major delays on New York Subway lines Monday. Water cascaded down the stairs and flooded the platform at the 145th Street station and rain poured from the ceiling at the indoor Bryant Park stop. pic.twitter.com/uyB0i1yaMe
— Fox News (@FoxNews) April 17, 2018
— Stephen Boyd 🇺🇸 (@SteveinMinn) April 24, 2018
— Time Out New York (@TimeOutNewYork) April 24, 2018
posted my new dating profile in Bryant Park today pic.twitter.com/MtbjuDLi7S
— Jessica Blankenship (@blanketboat) April 24, 2018
Free Things to Do in Manhattan This Weekend – April 27-April 29
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