A city worker is walking in front of a barbershop while eating something after finishing his work hours. A car passes right by his left side as he keeps walking down the street. He does not have a mask on because he is eating his food. As he keeps walking towards the other side of the street, most of the people keep listening to music while working for the rest of the day. Most people come to the barbershop with friends and/or family members to hang out and listen to music. And a lot of customers come here to play 8-ball pool almost every day as well.

Train Station 

In Brooklyn, NY, a train station at 59th St is always in service to the public, especially in the morning, which is mostly used to get to school or work. The train station is well-known in the community for its service, and since it is an accessible station, it is used by people that are in wheelchairs and things like that, and people with disabilities in general. 


I am the gourmet deli in Sunset Park, where a lot of people who live close to me come and hang out during the day and sometimes at night as well. Most of the time, the people that go in are students and workers after or during work hours. But it is not always the best place to be since the neighborhood is a bit dangerous and you cannot trust everybody that comes in, but it is a good place to be because a lot of good people go there to eat, like workers and policemen.

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January 13, 2023 7:37 pm

This is such a cool story. Its interesting to see how different it is in New York, than in other places. In Salt Lake City, we don’t have a good public transportation system and only a few places are walkable. I would love to go to New York City again and explore.

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