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AGBC News Episode 62: The Statue of Liberty Reopens and the Stonewall Anniversary

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AGBC News Episode 62: The Statue of Liberty Reopens and the Stonewall Anniversary
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Park of the day

  • Mullaly Park — 1015 RIVER AVENUE, the Bronx — 15 acre park in West Concourse, Bronx, named for newspaperman John Mullaly, who also helped found the New York Park Association in 1881.


Today's fact 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: 103°F on July 3, 1966
Record Low: 52°F on June 29, 1888


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Intro and outro music: 'Start the Day' by Lee Rosevere — Concert Calendar music from Jukedeck.com


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