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New York City's First Ever Bronx-Manhattan Ferry Service Launched This Week

Transit newcomer NYC Ferry expanded their reach across New York City yesterday by opening a new line from the East Bronx waterfront to Lower Manhattan. The line will run between Soundview and Wall Street, stopping at 90th St and 34th St along the way. Check out the new Soundview route for more information.

Ferry service arrived in the Bronx for the first time on Wednesday. It's a game-changer for commuters traveling to and from Manhattan. Until now, it took two buses and a train to get to work from the East Bronx. The new ferry will cut their commute time dramatically.

[WATCH] Peek Inside the Brooklyn Studio of Neon Light Artist Kate Hush

Neon-bending has traditionally been a boys’ club, but Kate Hush is changing that. The Brooklyn-based artist charms light into striking sculptures of women who aren’t afraid to have their way with men—her own way of subverting neon’s seedy, motel-sign past for a female-led vision of neon art today.

In this video from our friends at New York Magazine, watch as they step into Kate Hush's studio to learn more about the dangerous art of bending light, being in a boys’ club, and wicked, wicked women.