Who sponsors nyc columbus day parade?

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Why had nyc subweay fares been maintained for forty years but increased

In the 1970's the fare was 35 cents. Now it's $2.50. That works out to about 5% per year. Electricity is up, and labor costs are probably increasing at 5% per year or more.

Did nyc buses at one time have turnstiles

not, that Ive ever seen or heard of in my lifetime. only subways. at one time it was the bus drivers responsibility to make change, if you needed it. robberies stopped that. btw... it would have taking up too much room to have them in the front of a bus. the old turnstiles in the subway were made of ...

Macy's store in new york Just finished watching ...

It's a fun holiday parade featuring Santa Claus for the children. It's all about the children. Not military. While they are deserving, not this time. The original parade back in the 30's was all about advertising wares that could be bought for children at Macy's for Christmas and given by Santa ...