One person is dead and seven were injured after a fire broke out in a Brooklyn apartment building early Monday, the FDNY said. According to fire officials, just before 4 a.m. a call came in for flames in a building on Nostrand Avenue, near Clarendon Road in East Flastbush. Over 100 firefighters worked to put out the two-alarm blaze, with the fire was declared under control by 5:15 a.m., fire officials confirmed. The FDNY said one victim was pronounced dead at the hospital after jumping from the building to escape the flames.Read more
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The North Bergen Park & Ride is ideal for travelers visiting New York City who prefer to avoid driving into Manhattan and paying expensive parking rates.
In order to enter the North Bergen Park & Ride, a ticket selection must be made by pushing a button for an Adult Round Trip ticket or a Senior/Disabled Round Trip ticket. Once the ticket is dispensed, a security gate will lift, and entry into the parking lot for 24 hours is granted.
After parking your vehicle, be sure to bring the parking ticket to the kiosk. The parking ticket includes one roundtrip ticket from the North Bergen Park & Ride to the Port Authority Bus Terminal located at 625 8th Avenue, New York, NY. By inserting the parking ticket into the kiosk, one set of roundtrip tickets are dispensed. Additional roundtrip tickets can be purchased. At the time of this video, the $10 parking fee includes one roundtrip ticket, while additional adult roundtrip tickets can be purchased for $6.50 each.
Once all tickets are obtained, stand in line until the bus arrives. Depending on the time of day, buses arrive around increments of 15 minutes apart. The roundtrip ticket is perforated and includes a yellow stripe, making it distinguishable from the parking ticket. Hand the roundtrip ticket to the bus driver upon boarding. The bus driver will tear one half of the ticket and keep it, and then return the other half of the ticket which is to be used for your return from New York City.
The return trip to the North Bergen Park & Ride departs from the Port Authority Bus Terminal, and at the time of this video, uses the 320 bus route. There are a few customer service booths located inside of the Port Authority Bus Terminal, which is the best way to talk to a real person about which bus to board if you are unsure.
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Chintan Pandya, chef of Rahi in the West Village and Adda in Queens, knows the secret to a perfectly crispy samosa: frying at two different oil temperatures. Potatoes, peas, and ajwain, an herb thought to have anti-bloating qualities, are also key components to this classic Indian street food. Chintan demonstrates how to use a pasta machine to give the dough a consistent thickness, as well as the proper way to fold samosas.
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The American Museum of Natural History on New York’s Upper West Side is the largest of its kind in the world, attracting 5 million visitors a year to see its collections. In 1964, a bunch of beach bums from Miami set their sights on a dazzling exhibit, a valuable collection of jewels in the Morgan Memorial Hall of Gems. They pulled off a daring heist, taking the most valuable pieces on display, and became overnight celebrities once they were caught. InsideEdition.com’s Sal Bono has more.Read more
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The MTA is rolling out a new contactless fare payment system – OMNY. With OMNY, you can use your own contactless card or smart device to make fare payments and enter the system. OMNY will eventually combine fare payments and mobile ticketing across subways, buses, and commuter rail. As we roll out OMNY between 2019 and 2023, you can still use MetroCard and eTix, giving you flexibility to choose when OMNY is right for you.Read more