Monday, October 20, 2014

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The city on Monday briefed members of the police and fire departments as well as other first responders on the specific steps being taken to protect them in the event a case of Ebola emerges in the Big Apple.

Updated 5:35 PM

Met Braces for Protests on Opening Night of 'Death of Klinghoffer'

As “The Death of Klinghoffer” begins its first performance at the Metropolitan Opera tonight, former mayor Rudolph Giuliani and former governor George Pataki are expected to join Jewish war veterans and other protesters calling for the production's cancellation.

Updated 5:22 PM

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NY1 Seeks Before-and-After Photos to Help Tell Story of Sandy Recovery

As the second anniversary of Hurricane Sandy approaches NY1 is looking how far the city has come since the storm hit and what still needs to be done. Help us tell both sides of the story by sending us your photos from before and after the storm. | E-mail your photos to newspix@ny1.com, tweet them to @NY1, or send them through our mobile app.

Updated 4:41 PM

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NY1 Online: The New York Times Close Up 10/18/14

On the October 18 edition of "The New York Times Close Up," Sam Roberts talks with Fordham University associate law professor and former Democratic gubernatorial candidate Zephyr Teachout about her new book, "Corruption in America," reviewed in this Sunday's Times Book Review.

2:00 PM

NY1 Online: On Stage [Full Program] 10/18/14

An on-set interview with Rosemary Harris and Romola Garai, who are currently starring off-Broadway in Tom Stoppard's "Indian Ink"; reviews of the new Broadway production of "On the Town" and the Primary Stages production of "While I Yet Live"; and a look at "Tail! Spin!", a new political comedy starring SNL alum Rachel Dratch, highlight the October 18 edition of On Stage, hosted by Donna Karger.

1:58 PM

 

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Mayor Touts Number of Build it Back Projects

Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city's Build it Back program is making dramatic progress for Sandy victims. Some Queens homeowners agree, paying the program a big compliment Monday. Updated 8:32 PM

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