ISSUE XIX: THE MYSTICS ISSUE
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A Train

A Train

Photography by Judith Henry In 1977 artist Judith Henry took these photographs of people unsuspectingly while they commuted on the west side A-train. The candid portraits represent a piece of New York's history when the subways were still covered in graffiti, but aside from that it wouldn't be too different from the subways, styles and people you find today.

Don’t Stand So Close To Me

Don’t Stand So Close To Me

Words by Megan Martin If you live in New York, you ride the subways, and if you ride the subways, there’s a few things you should know… They’re inconsistent. They’re always late. They slam the doors on you just when you think you’ve caught them. They’re loud when you have a headache and empty when you feel alone. And what about that asshole standing in the doorway when you’re trying to get off? They’re crowded, suffocating, overwhelming, irritating. In lieu of the me [...]