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Hell Gate’s Tote-ally Spring Sale

Spring has sprung, flowers are blooming, and allergies are at an all-time high. It's time to get your new wardrobe and new ACCESSORIES together. We're here to help.

Spring has sprung, flowers are blooming, and allergies are at an all-time high. It's time to get your new wardrobe and ACCESSORIES together. We're here to help.

We have a fresh batch of our iconic union-made tote bags, all yours when subscribing to Hell Gate during our Tote-ally Spring Sale. From now until April 21st, save a whopping $50 on an annual subscription when you become a Believer.

Today through Sunday, you can subscribe to Hell Gate at our highest level for just $150 for your first year. What does that get you? A giant, deep-pocketed tote bag, exclusive access to our quarterly events, and the profound satisfaction of helping to keep local worker-owned journalism alive and growing.

Do not be fooled by the cheap and flimsy knockoffs being hawked on Canal Street—subscribing as a Believer is the only way to get a genuine Hell Gate tote, and it's not likely to ever be more affordable than it is during this sale. We can assure you with confidence, there will be no cooler tote bag this year out on city streets. On the subway, on the beach, at the ballgame, in the park, this bag stands out. Other totes pale in size, comfort, and durability. Much like our journalism, this tote is flashy, sturdy, and a little bit sassy. It announces you as a canny news-knower, a civic visionary building the new local news infrastructure in the ruins of the old, a true New Yorker.

This offer ends on Sunday! Subscribe today!

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