An escalator at the Lexington Avenue-53rd Street Station on the E and M Lines


56th Street - Peter Parker

request -  Hey, could you do a story where the reader (who doesn’t really know Peter but maybe they go to the same school?) finds one of Peter’s backpacks that he left behind and tries to find him to give it back to him? And maybe that happens more than one time and reader tries to solve this backpack mystery? Hope you can work with this messy idea, your blog’s name somehow gave me the idea.

a/n - this idea made me so happy!!!! (for obvious reasons LMAO) i tried to show his more dorky side in this fic and i’m sorry if it failed, but don’t forget to request a peter parker/spider-man fic if you’d like and follow!

I was walking down 53rd street, headphones in and heading home straight from work. I decided to take the short way home through a small alleyway, but was stopped when I almost tripped over something.

What the hell-” I thought to myself, looking down to see a small backpack. It seemed as if it was left here since the sun was going down and everyone was starting to head home for the day. My eyes then caught onto the zipper was broken from the side down.

Parker.” I huffed in my mind, recognizing the faulty zipper. This had marked the third time that I’ve found his backpack within the last month. Peter and I had never spoken to one another outside of Chemistry, and I never understood why he would be rushing out of school so quickly. Every time I found his backpack it would also be in the same place too, which I found odd.

I zipped his backpack up and looked at the tag on one of its straps.

20 Ingram Street.” I typed into my phone, slinging the backpack around my shoulder and following the directions that radiated off of the screen, luckily not being longer than a 10 minute walk.

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The juxtaposition between the 38-story CBS Building. 51 (Eero Saarinen & Associates, 1965), at center, with the Tishman Building (Carson & Lundin, 1957) at left, and the J.C. Penney Building (Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, 1965), at right, foreground in this picture looking southwest from West 53rd Street, near Avenue of the Americas. Spring, 1965.

Photo: Joseph Molitor.

Source: Architectural Record. July 1965.

if your MCU Loki headcanons dont involve him maintaining a high profile instagram account (much to the chagrin of SHIELD) on a starkphone he lifted from Midgard where he regularly posts highly staged selfies and aesthetic pictures of shit he thought was pretty with really irrelevant captions like ‘anyway I hope odin dies in a gutter on 53rd street today’ what are you even doing with your life 


James Corden heads to the corner of 53rd Street and Broadway in New York City to perform a medley of musical theater with the stars of “The Greatest Showman” - Hugh Jackman, Zendaya and Zac Efron - including tunes from “Guys and Dolls,” “On the Town” and “Fame.”


Here is the full list of shelters in Miami-Dade County, from Miami-Dade.gov. Not every shelter will be open for every evacuation. Residents can dial 311 for evacuation information.

Northeast Miami-Dade County
Dr. Michael M. Krop Senior – 1410 NE 215th Street, North Miami-Dade 33179
Highland Oaks Middle – 2375 NE 203rd Street, North Miami-Dade 33180
North Miami Beach Senior – 1247 NE 167th Street, North Miami Beach 33162
North Miami Senior – 13110 NE 8th Avenue, North Miami 33161
Miami Central Senior – 1781 NW 95th Street, Miami 33147

Northwest Miami-Dade County
Miami Carol City Senior – 3301 Miami Gardens Drive, Miami Gardens 33056
Lawton Chiles Middle – 8190 NW 197th Street, Northwest Miami-Dade 33015
Country Club Middle – 18305 NW 75th Place, Northwest Miami-Dade 33015
Barbara Goleman Senior – 14100 NW 89th Avenue, Miami Lakes 33018
Hialeah Gardens Senior – 11700 Hialeah Gardens Blvd., Hialeah Gardens 33018

Central Miami-Dade County
Booker T. Washington Senior – 1200 NW 6th Avenue, City of Miami 33136
Charles Drew Middle – 1801 NW 60th Street, City of Miami 33142
Ronald Reagan Senior – 8600 NW 107th Avenue, Doral 33178
Miami Coral Park Senior – 8865 SW 16th Street, Westchester 33165
W.R. Thomas Middle – 13001 SW 26th Street, West Miami-Dade 33175

Southern Miami-Dade County
South Miami Senior – 6856 SW 53rd Street, South Miami 33155
Terra Environmental Senior – 11005 SW 84th Street, Miami 33173
Felix Varela Senior – 15255 SW 96th Street West, Kendall 33196
Robert Morgan Senior – 18180 SW 122nd Avenue, Miami 33177
South Dade Senior – 28401 SW 167th Avenue, Homestead 33030

For details on the Emergency & Evacuation Assistance Program, which is designed to help individuals who need help evacuating, click here.

New York Telephone Switching Building. 811 Tenth Avenue between West 53rd to 54th streets, Kahn & Jacobs. Architects, 1961-1963. View of the building in the fall of 1963.

Photo: New York Telephone, Co.

Source:  “Circle Line covers the waterfront” (New York, Circle Line, 1968).

The 46-story New York Hilton Hotel. 1335 Avenue of the Americas, west block between 53rd to 54th streets. William B. Tabler-Harrison & Abramovitz, 1963. View looking northwest from Tishman Building in december, 1963. At left, the steel structure of 45-story J.C. Penney Building (Shreve, Lamb & Harmon, 1965) under construction reaching half of its heigh.

Photo: Victor Laredo.

Source: Victor Laredo, Thomas Reilly. “New York City: A Photographic Portrait” (New York, Dover, 1973).

Feather Fans And Garter Belts {Part 1}

Fandom: Marvel/Avengers 

Pairing: Pre-Serum Steve Rogers x Burlesque Dancer Reader

Warning: Sexual content? As a general rule this series is going to have some sexual themes because burlesque and wanting to gobble up pre-serum Steve as well…the thirst is real. 

Writer: @imaginesofeveryfandom aka @thequeenofthehobbits

Summary/Request: People have been asking for this since I wrote those headcanons so; 

You like Steve Rogers because he’s sweet and kind and doesn’t look at you like a piece of meat. Steve likes you because you treat him like anyone else, make him feel confident, and look at him like he’s just as tall as all the other guys. 

Part 1 X, Part 2 X, Part 3 X, Part 4 X, Part 5 X, Part 6 X, Part 7 X, Part 8 X, Part 9 X

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