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G Train Riders Prepare for Summer Shutdown

Straphangers in Brooklyn and Queens who rely on the G train will need to use alternative transportation for the next five weeks starting Friday at 10:30 p.m. Updated 11:45 AM

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NY1 Online: Reporters Explain Casino Licensing Process

Laura Nahmias from Capital New York and Eva McKend from Time Warner Cable’s station in Sullivan County joined Inside City Hall to explain the process of selecting the bidders to win licenses to open four new casinos in the state and tell us where in the state gaming fans will be able to place their bets.

10:56 PM

NY1 Online: Met Opera Employees Discuss Possible Lockout

A night after the general manager of the Metropolitan Opera told Inside City Hall why he is threatening to lock out Met employees, we heard from the other side of a labor dispute that could silence the opera house this September. Jessica Phillips Rieske, a clarinetist in the Met Orchestra and Chair of the Met Orchestra Negotiating Committee and Rob Maher, a 22-year veteran of the Met Regular Chorus and a member of the American Guild of Musical Artists joined Inside City Hall to discuss to discuss the dispute.

10:51 PM

 

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Bowne Park Gets an Overhaul

After years of neglect, a popular park in Flushing is getting a much needed face lift. 07/22/2014 11:26 PM

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