Westport’s Subway station — er, restaurant — is closed.
But not permanently.
Workers yesterday began dismantling the interior of the local outpost of the biggest fast-food chain in the world (44,000 locations, 112 countries).
According to the guy dumping sheetrock, the sandwich shop will relocate soon diagonally across the street.
He waved vaguely in the direction of … the spot Subway originally occupied, before moving to where it is (or was) most recently.
We’ll try to get a definite answer soon. (Hat tip: Amy Schneider)
Westport’s Plastic Pollution Project is a model for many communities.
Future Frogmen — the environmental action and education organization — just posted a podcast about it. It features RTM member Andrew Colabella, a driving force behind the initiative. Click here to hear.
The warning signs are pretty clear: There’s a low bridge ahead.
But all too often, drivers on Compo Road South think they don’t need to heed the “Low Bridge” warning signs.
It happened again yesterday morning.
No one has yet come up with a solution for people who think they are exempt from the laws of physics. If you’ve got one, click “Comments” below.
And finally … in honor of all those truckers who do manage to make it without a mishap: