The next time you stop by Subway, don't be surprised if your sandwich artist whips out the measuring tape.
The chain has agreed to start measuring their six-inch and footlong subs as part of a settlement to a class action lawsuit.
The settlement, released Monday, is the result of 2013 lawsuit accusing the chain of falling short of its promises when it comes to the length of their sandwiches...
You always hear about the rat problem in New York City subways. I try to visit the Big Apple often, and when I do, I ride the subway. I have to say I rarely see rats when I ride. Of course, I'm not riding them everyday either. Last week the Transport Workers Union 100 launched a contest offering a free monthly subway pass for the best rat picture.
New Yorkers are forced to deal with a lot during their daily morning commute: crowds, delays, traffic. But smoking on the subway? Well, that's a whole other story.
According to reports, a man lit up a cigarette while riding the downtown 3 train at about 9:15AM Tuesday morning.
Naturally, the woman sitting next to him complained. But to her horror, the smoker got so annoyed by her remarks, he pulle