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Videos: Take A Helicopter Tour Over The Canyons Of Manhattan

Sometimes it's hard to focus on how aesthetically beautiful the city can be when you're stuck making eye contact with jerks popping pimples on the subway. But nothing is better for a fresh perspective of the sublime, urban canyons and valleys of Manhattan than a helicopter ride. Show More Summary

Subway Turns Filmmakers Into “Fresh Artists” For Fourth Year In A Row

last monthWeb / Web Videos : Tilzy.TV

Subway is once again turning film students at the nation's best programs into brand marketers. The sandwich chain has teamed up with My Damn Channel for a fourth year of the Subway Fresh Artists filmmaking series. As in previous years, Subway and brand agency Content and Co have teamed with top schools to recruit talent for Fresh Artists. Show More Summary

Jared Leto Recovers From His Wild Oscars Night With Subway

Jared Leto may have partied until "the break of dawn" on Sunday after his big best supporting actor Oscar win for Dallas Buyers Club, but he was fresh faced on Monday when he stepped out for a snack. Jared went to an LA Subway to pick up a sandwich and chips and smiled as he walked through the line. Show More Summary

Subway: Eat Fresh Plastic (Guest Voice)

Subway: Eat Fresh Plastic Raging Moderate by Will Durst No matter who you are or where you live or what you drive or whether you thought “The English Patient” or “Anchorman 2? the funnier movie, it is time to take a stand on plastic bread. Here’s a hint: most of us are against it. Formaldehyde [...]

Redefining Fresh? Subway Removes a Chemical From Its Bread After Public Outcry

Subway recently announced that it will remove Azodicarbonamide, a chemical used in yoga mats, shoe rubber and synthetic leather, from its bread. While the shift came after a blogger's petition for the removal of the chemical went viral, the sandwich chain chose to ignore the petition in its statement. Show More Summary

Subway’s Sandwiches Will No Longer Include Yoga Mats As An Ingredient

In case you haven’t seen one of the 6,000 TV commercials that air in any given minute, Subway likes to tell us all to “Eat Fresh!” by picking up one of their $5 footlongs. They also like to sing songs about those footlongs, and while it would be really, really awesome if that stopped, jingles are hardly the fast food franchise’s biggest problem right now.

Man Films Himself Clinging to Subway As it Goes Over a Bridge in Enthralling Video

3 months agoNews : NewsFeed

A man with a handle on good aesthetics, along with a DEATH WISH, posted a video of him riding outside a New York City subway going over the Williamsburg Bridge. Or, as he likes to call it, getting some “fresh air over the bridge.”

Subway's GIF game is fresh enough to eat

GIFs so good, they captivate your eyes and your stomach.

Subway's $5 Footlong Sub Complete with Celebrities

Summary: Subway continues to pound the message about "Eating Fresh" with healthy food and good deals. Celebrity spokespeople have stayed with the Subway brand for a long time and continue to bring excitement to the ads. Beginning with...Show More Summary

Concrete Cavern Continues Carving Itself Under Manhattan

The New York Metropolitan Transit Authority has posted a fresh set of images showing the progress on the Second Avenue subway being slowly carved out beneath Manhattan — and the photos are amazing. This concrete cavern is the future home of the 72nd Street station. Just add posters. [Flickr] More »      

The New York Metropolitan Transit Authority has posted a fresh set of images showing the progress on

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The New York Metropolitan Transit Authority has posted a fresh set of images showing the progress on the Second Avenue subway being slowly carved out beneath Manhattan—and the photos are amazing. This concrete cavern is the future home of the 72nd Street station. Just add posters. [Flickr] Read more...

This is exactly what it's like when you run into an ex at the grocery store.

5 months agoOdd : Happy Place

This is why I order from Fresh Direct. Grocery stores are dangerous places. They'll let anyone in, so the risk of running into an ex is very, very real. Actually, the same is true of the subway, coffee shops, the public library... You know what? It's safest to just stay at home. Show More Summary

TX: Leonards Subway Car Returns to Downtown Fort Worth

As a giant crane hoisted the fully restored M&O Subway No. 1 car onto its new display pad, a light morning rain fell Monday in downtown Fort Worth, causing the old vehicle's fresh coat of light blue spruce paint to glisten.

Fast Food's Cheap Labor Costs U.S. Taxpayers $7 Billion a Year

Alamy Whether you "Run on Dunkin'," (DNKN) are "Lovin' It" at McDonald's (MCD) or are simply incapable of resisting Subway's demands that you "Eat Fresh," one thing is clear: America loves the low prices and convenience of its fast food. Show More Summary

Subway Musician Gets a Little Too Frisky

8 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

New York's subway buskers will typically play a quick song, ask for money, and move on to the next car in search of fresh ears. The guy in the above video, however, has a, uh, novel routine.  It starts out innocently enough. "The white lady standing behind me is... my... More »

Eat Fresh? No Thanks! X-Rated Subway ‘Sandwich Artists’ Add A Little Something Extra To Food

Is every fast food chain a pit of disgusting behavior and poor hygiene? It’s a reasonable question after Wendy‘s, Taco Bell and others came under fire in recent weeks… READ ON

Former NYC Buskers Bring Their Brand Of House Music To The Homeland

Moon Hooch started as a trio of buskers playing the parks and subway station of New York City and now they're touring the country fresh off a performance at the Governor's Ball on the same bill as acts like Kanye West and Pretty Lights. [ more › ]

Fresh Graffiti Spotted On Subway Car Like It's The 1980s Or Something

Around 3:30 this morning a reader spotted this subway car covered with some fresh elaborate graffiti on the side—a familiar sight decades ago, but a somewhat rare phenomenon these days. The tagged car was rolling through the Metropolitan Avenue station in Middle Village, Queens at the time. [ more › ]

Early Addition: Subway's "Jared" Worth $15 Million

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