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Wednesday’s Headlines: The Disco Era Returns Edition

The 1070s: Wide sideburns. Wider ties. Disco. But it wasn't all bad — because way back then, some workers dug part of a tunnel for the Second Avenue subway. Well, the MTA is finally going to use that tunnel, which stretches between 110th and 120th streets, saving $500 million, the Daily News reported. Fortunately, disco is not returning with the revival of the tunnel.

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