9/11 Health Bill Passes Key House Panel

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A bill that would provide long-term health care coverage and compensation for those sick or injured from 9/11 passed another hurdle after being approved on May 25 by The House Energy and Commerce Panel. The James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act would not only provide health care for first responders and those who are [&hellip
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Sounds of SummerStage: Central Park Concert Series turns 25

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SummerStage, the Central Park outdoor series, is celebrating its 25th anniversary by throwing concerts in all five boroughs. cityArts has a history of the seminal concert series as well as a recap of some of its most unforgettable shows including Celia Cruz’s final live performance, Los Lobos and Los Lonely Boys and the New York [&hellip
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Sparrows Signal New Home

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When nature is sparse, street signs and schoolyards make the perfect nest—at least on the Upper West Side. A family of house sparrows has joined the latest slew of animals to find shelter in the neighborhood
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