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AGBC News Episode 25: Subway Stopper is Captured and Goats Go Green

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Measles, Mopeds, and Manhattanhenge

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AGBC News Episode 25: Subway Stopper is Captured and Goats Go Green
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Park of the day

  • Devanney Triangle β€” E. Burnside Ave. bet. Creston Ave. and G, the Bronx β€” Devanney Triangle is in the historic central Bronx neighborhood of Tremont, which includes the smaller neighborhoods of Claremont, Mount Eden, and Mount Hope. On February 1, 1888, the City of New York acquired the land that is now Devanney Triangle as a street by condemnation. Bounded by Burnside Avenue and Grand Concourse, Devanney Triangle opened as a small sitting park with a series of walkways, 12 benches, and 15 decorative trees and greenery, encompassed by a pipe rail fence.

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Did you know?

Weather

The extreme highs and lows for this week in weather history:
Record High: 99Β°F on June 4, 1925
Record Low: 42Β°F on May 30, 1884

Weather for the week ahead:
Rain through Thursday, with high temperatures rising to 84Β°F on Saturday.


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Intro and outro music: 'Start the Day' by Lee Rosevere β€” Concert Calendar music from Jukedeck.com β€” Manhattanhenge music: "I Hate Him So Much" by Anonymous420

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