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New Yorkers Dismayed At Election Results Can Seek Out ‘Subway Therapy’

Hundreds left pastel-colored Post-it notes on the wall of a New York City subway stop on Wednesday, hours after Donald Trump was elected president.

Artist Levee started the project, known as “Subway Therapy,” years before Tuesday’s election, and has held sessions all over town. While he’s not a licensed therapist, Levee’s goal is to make people smile, laugh and feel less stressed.

Typically he would set up shop with a table and two chairs, but he told ABC News that Wednesday’s version was like a special election edition, given how intense the contest had become and the toll it had taken on voters.

“Because of how stressful the last couple of days were, I thought it would be nice to have something that people could do really quickly so they could maybe get something off their chest,” Levee told ABC News.

So he gathered Post-it and pens in the underpass between the 1 train and the L at the 14th Street stop. He invited commuters to write a question or share a sentiment on the results. 

Levee said that 1,500 notes were left on the wall. Messages ranged from providing comforting thoughts to expressing concern and disillusionment.

“I provided the materials, but the people of New York provided the courage and candor in the face of crippling division,” he said in a post on his website.

Levee told The Huffington Post that he would head to the same spot on Thursday and Friday, though time and location details had yet to be confirmed. 

To find out more, you can follow him on Instagram and learn more about the project here.

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Watch U2’s Full Surprise Subway Performance

U2 made it a “beautiful day” for some commuters in NYC earlier this week, and now you can experience the fun, too.

“The Tonight Show” finally premiered the full video of U2’s surprise subway show on Friday. News broke that the band was dressing in disguise and filming a segment when cell phone vids of the performance started hitting the Internet — and now it’s easy to see what all the fuss was about.

As you can see in the video, the disguises work a little too well at first, but a big reveal by Jimmy Fallon and a few bars of the band’s 1988 hit “Desire” seemed to get people’s attention.

“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. ET on NBC.

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Watch A Woman Confront Manspreaders On The Subway

“Are you familiar with the term manspreading?”

Despite measures taken to raise awareness of “men taking up too much space on the subway,” there are still many who aren’t aware that “manspreading” is even a term. In their new video “Manspreading,” the dedicated journalists at Gothamist confront men on New York City subways to ask if they’ve ever heard of “manspreading” and if they realize they’re doing it. The results were a bit awkward.

Most of the men had no idea what manspreading was but, hearteningly, all were open to fixing it once they were educated on the phenomenon.


“Manspreading” by Gothamist

Manspreading has been discussed at length through projects like “Men Taking Up Too Much Space On The Train” and “Move The Fuck Over, Bro,” prompting the MTA to launch a campaign encouraging courtesy on the subways.

To conclude their deep-dive into manspreading, Gothamist clarified the amount of lounging that’s unacceptable when riding a subway: “If there’s space enough for a litter of puppies or a celebrity selfie group shot, you are taking up too much space. Pull it in.”

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Flash Mob Makes Merry on the New York City Subway

Norman Vincent Peale was onto something when he said: “Christmas waves a magic wand over this world and behold, everything is softer and more beautiful.”

Well, here is a video that embodies that very sentiment. A group of sweet people (myself included) made merry magic on the MTA subway system this Christmas.

Goes to show that you can do the craziest stuff in New York, and no will bat an eye. In fact, they will join you.

Start your day (and New Year) off right. Smile next time someone offers you baked ham while on your commute to work.


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