Four smoking manholes and one explosion along East 32nd Street between Fifth and Madison avenues in Midtown Manhattan after 11 am . Video ABC7 New York
A man carrying what looked like a pair of gasoline canisters tried walking into St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Midtown Manhattan Wednesday night, authorities said. Security at the iconic Catholic cathedral confronted the man and called the police. The NYPD mobilized dozens of officers to investigate what appeared to be a potentially alarming incident given both New York’s status as a target of terrorism and the catastrophic fire at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris this week. Fox News video
According to ABC News, the 37-year-old man from New Jersey allegedly parked his vehicle in front of Saks Fifth Avenue where he carried two gas cans and lighter fluid into the cathedral.
The City mandates measles vaccinations for New Yorkers living in affected areas of Williamsburg, Brooklyn • Vicki Been is appointed Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development • New programs will promote greater civic engagement among young New Yorkers . NYC Mayor’s Office NY City Hall video
City vehicle fleet reduction, Mayoral remarks at NAN conference, The Shed art venue opens
The City is cutting its vehicle fleet, helping to curb emissions and reduce congestion • The Mayor delivers remarks at the 2019 National Action Network convention • New York City’s newest arts venue, The Shed, opens in Hudson Yards
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. Mayor Bill de Blasio Holds Media Availability on Crime Statistics. – Mayor de Blasio and Police Commissioner O’Neill Hold a Media Availability on Crime Statistics. NYPD Headquarters One Police Plaza Manhattan March 4, 2019 NYC Mayor’s Office NY City Hall video
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ABCNews – : “Trump mimics Southern accent at CPAC to ridicule his former AG; also mocks Dems and Green New Deal” President Trump Delivers Remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference. The White House official video – whitehouse.gov
Joseph Ellis: ‘The Second Founding: Four Men Who Created a Country’ was presented September 28, 2016 at the University of Minnesota’s Ted Mann Concert Hall.
Ellis, the Pulitzer Prize-winning historian and author of The Quartet: Orchestrating the Second American Revolution, 1783–1789, discussed one of the most crucial periods in American history — the years between the end of the Revolution and the formation of the federal government — and the men most responsible for the creation of the United States: George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, John Jay, and James Madison. The event, attended by nearly 700 people, was sponsored by the Friends of the University of Minnesota Libraries. umnLibraries video