Nick Turse
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This morning’s fog #latergram #nofilter #nyc

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This morning’s fog #latergram #nofilter #nyc

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This morning’s fog #latergram #nofilter #nyc

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This morning’s fog #latergram #nofilter #nyc

tamturse:

This morning’s fog #latergram #nofilter #nyc

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This morning’s fog #latergram #nofilter #nyc

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This morning’s fog #latergram #nofilter #nyc

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This morning’s fog #latergram #nofilter #nyc

The book tour rolls on.  This Friday, come on out to Brooklyn’s legendary Book Court to see me discuss Kill Anything That Moves (just out in paperback with a new afterword) with the whip-smart and always provocative Chase Madar (who reviewed the book for The American Conservative).
When: Friday, January 17th at 7:00PM
Where:  163 Court Street (between Pacific & Dean streets)Brooklyn, USA
Details: http://bookcourt.com/events/nick-turse

The book tour rolls on.  This Friday, come on out to Brooklyn’s legendary Book Court to see me discuss Kill Anything That Moves (just out in paperback with a new afterword) with the whip-smart and always provocative Chase Madar (who reviewed the book for The American Conservative).

When: Friday, January 17th at 7:00PM

Where:  163 Court Street (between Pacific & Dean streets)
Brooklyn, USA

Details: http://bookcourt.com/events/nick-turse

The book tour rolls on.  This Friday, come on out to Brooklyn’s legendary Book Court to see me discuss Kill Anything That Moves (just out in paperback with a new afterword) with the whip-smart and always provocative Chase Madar (who reviewed the book for The American Conservative).
When: Friday, January 17th at 7:00PM
Where:  163 Court Street (between Pacific & Dean streets)Brooklyn, USA
Details: http://bookcourt.com/events/nick-turse

The book tour rolls on.  This Friday, come on out to Brooklyn’s legendary Book Court to see me discuss Kill Anything That Moves (just out in paperback with a new afterword) with the whip-smart and always provocative Chase Madar (who reviewed the book for The American Conservative).

When: Friday, January 17th at 7:00PM

Where:  163 Court Street (between Pacific & Dean streets)
Brooklyn, USA

Details: http://bookcourt.com/events/nick-turse

Two officials of the New York City Tenement House Department inspect a cluttered basement living room: ca. 1900 (NARA)
In a new 132-page report — Suppressing Protest: Human Rights Violations in the U.S. Response to Occupy Wall Street — members of a national consortium of law school clinics, lawyers, law professors and other legal experts “catalog 130 specific alleged incidents of excessive police force, and hundreds of additional violations, including unjustified arrests, abuse of journalists, unlawful closure of sidewalks and parks to protesters, and pervasive surveillance of peaceful activists” in New York City.  The experts note that, to date, only one police officer is known to have been disciplined for misconduct related to Occupy Wall Street protests in NYC.  Read the full report here.

In a new 132-page report — Suppressing Protest: Human Rights Violations in the U.S. Response to Occupy Wall Street — members of a national consortium of law school clinics, lawyers, law professors and other legal experts “catalog 130 specific alleged incidents of excessive police force, and hundreds of additional violations, including unjustified arrests, abuse of journalists, unlawful closure of sidewalks and parks to protesters, and pervasive surveillance of peaceful activists” in New York City.  The experts note that, to date, only one police officer is known to have been disciplined for misconduct related to Occupy Wall Street protests in NYC.  Read the full report here.

MACHINES ALONG THE 8TH AVENUE LINE WHICH DISPENSE NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY SUBWAY TOKENS: 04/1974 (NARA)
I still have my last “emergency token” from the pre-Metrocard era.  Do you?

MACHINES ALONG THE 8TH AVENUE LINE WHICH DISPENSE NEW YORK CITY TRANSIT AUTHORITY SUBWAY TOKENS: 04/1974 (NARA)


I still have my last “emergency token” from the pre-Metrocard era.  Do you?


Seventh Avenue looking south from 35th Street, Manhattan. (December 05, 1935)

Seventh Avenue looking south from 35th Street, Manhattan. (December 05, 1935)