Holland Tunnel

The Clifford Milburn Holland Tunnel (more commonly known as the Holland Tunnel) is a highway tunnel under the Hudson River connecting the island of Manhattan in New York City with Jersey City, New Jersey at Interstate 78 on the mainland of the United States. Unusual for an American public works project, it is not named for a government official, a politician, a local hero, or a person of historical interest, but for its first chief engineer.
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  • A tour of Manhattan’s West SoHo, the new Madison Avenue

    … worrisomely popular today (oi, get out of my seat), this is an unfailingly fun place to enjoy your liquor or some Brooklyn-produced (the clue is in the name) food or beer. Good music. Great people. Ditch Plains: Despite the reckless and unwarranted removal of the frickles (fried pickles) from the menu, this surfer-themed bar is a little neighborhood…

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