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AGBC News Episode 27: Manhattan Helicopter Crash and Vet Care for Homeless Pets

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Details on the helicopter crash in Midtown and a truly "impossible" burger!

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AGBC News Episode 27: Manhattan Helicopter Crash and Vet Care for Homeless Pets
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Park of the day

  • DeRosa–O'Boyle Triangle β€” Dewey Ave. bet. E. Tremont Ave. and Edison Ave., the Bronx β€” This triangle honors William Anthony DeRosa and Andrew O’Boyle, two Throgs Neck natives who were killed during World War II.

Parks Events

Concert Calendar

Thanks for listening! Find more fun things to do at agreatbigcity.com/events.


Learn about New York

Here's something you may not have known about New York:

Weather

The extreme highs and lows for this week in weather history:
Record High: 99Β°F on June 14, 1956
Record Low: 48Β°F on June 15, 1933

Weather for the week ahead:
Rain throughout the week, with high temperatures rising to 89Β°F on Monday.

Intro and outro music: 'Start the Day' by Lee Rosevere β€” Concert Calendar music from Jukedeck.com β€” Roller coaster music: "Transit of Venus" (1883) by John Philip Sousa, performed by the United States Marine Band

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