NYC Taxi Drivers Strip Down — With a 40-Pound Snake — for 2019 Charity Calendar

The saucy NYC Taxi Drivers Calendar is back for 2019, featuring first returning cover man Alex with a 10-foot Burmese python, Alam recreating an iconic movie scene and 10 other all-stars in a variety of striking poses throughout New York City. Calendars cost $14.99 and part of the proceeds go to nonprofit University Settlement. Learn more here. And just for fun, see the faces featured in the 2018 calendar here.

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Alex is the first returning cover man, appearing with two others in what is also the first multi-driver cover. The 2019 NYC Taxi Drivers calendar was released Tuesday. Get it here for $14.99. A portion of the proceeds go to a nonprofit that helps immigrants and working families.
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Nazmul appears on the inside cover of the calendar. Eleven of the 12 drivers are immigrants with first time representation from Côte d'Ivoire, Panama, and Russia. Get it here for $14.99.
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Here's Bamba! The calendar is available for $14.99 at and a portion of each calendar sale will go to nonprofit University Settlement.
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February features Veronica on location with local Brooklyn business, Pro1 Tire. Get the calendar here.
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The calendar is created by married couple Philip and Shannon Kirkman of Longshorts. Get it here.
April features Alam recreating the famous boombox scene from the 80s flick "Say Anything." Get it here.
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Rosendo strikes a memorable pose for May.
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Here's cover man Alex, again, this time with a 10-foot, 40-pound Burmese python. Get the calendar here.
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A portion of the proceeds benefits nonprofit University Settlement. To date, sales of the calendar have resulted in nearly $70,000 in donations to University Settlement. Get it here.
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The New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar features some of the city’s best-humored yellow cab drivers, its creators say. Get it here.
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Mike tips his hat for September.
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Greg is featured in October for this year's calendar. The calendar was first published in 2014.Get the 2019 one here for $14.99.
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And here's Nazmul. You may remember him from the inside cover.
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Sadi gets into the holiday spirit for the month of December.
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Can you fly like Golam? Learn more about the 2019 calendar here. The nonprofit that gets the proceeds from the calendar, University Settlement, provides more than 30,000 immigrants and working individuals and families each year with key services like housing, quality education and literacy programs.
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