EMERGENCY POWER

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Following a rare October snowstorm, Con Edison says it is responding to power outages throughout The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens, and Staten Island.

Con Edison wishes to remind it's customers to remain safe and avoid any downed power lines.

To report a loss of electric service or downed power lines, contact Con Edison at 1-800-75-CONED(26633) or online at http://www.coned.com.

FREE CONCERT

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Following the snowstorm, Temple Beth-El of City Island at 480 City Island Avenue hosted a free concert on Sunday afternoon performed by members of the Bardekova Ensemble.

They played a varied program from works of Ibert, Danzi, Rossini and Lefebvre to compositions by Scott Joplin transcribed for woodwind quintet, Richard Paratley, Flute, Ellen Bardekoff, Oboe, Donald Mokrynski, Clarinet, Carolyn Clark, Horn, and Amy Frasier, Bassoon.

Following the music performance, was a meet–the-artists reception afterwards.

JAZZ MASTERS IN THE BRONX

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PAQUITO D'RIVERA & THE MAMBO LEGENDS WARMED UP LEHMAN COLLEGE.

The concert featured Cuban born and Grammy winner Paquito D'Rivera, who began his career as a child saxophone prodigy. A founding member of the Orquesta Cubana de Música Moderna, he directed the group for two years, while at the same time playing both clarinet and saxophone with the Cuban National Symphony Orchestra.

KILLER SNOWSTORM

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Unseasonable Snow Storm

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Please, send us stories, photos and whatever else helps to tell the story of Autumn snowstorm. Anyone who helps City Island Images tell the story of the freak Halloween weekend storm that has slammed into our are will receive a special token of our appreciation...

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This Week in History

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This Week in History, Oct 30 - Nov 5

Oct 30, 1938
Orson Welles scares US and causes a nationwide panic with his broadcast of "War of the Worlds"—a radio dramatization of a Martian invasion of Earth.

Oct 31, 1517
Martin Luther posts 95 theses. On this day, the priest and scholar Martin Luther approaches the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany, and nails a piece of paper to it containing the 95 revolutionary opinions that would begin the Protestant Reformation.

Nov 01, 1512

Headlines 10/30/11

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KILLER SNOWSTORM. Must Be The Season of The Witch.

OCTOBER SURPRISE. 2.3 Million Without Power.

MASS CONFUSION. Latin Translations.

GOP POLITICS. Cain vs Romney.

POLICE MOVE IN. On Occupiers.

TRANSPORTATION WEATHER WARNING

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Amtrak is currently holding all eastbound Amtrak Northeast Corridor trains (that travel between New York and Boston) in Penn Station, New York, due to signal issues on Metro North's New Haven Line. Several other Metro North lines are also experiencing delays or suspensions. Amtrak customers should contact Amtrak at 1-800-USARAIL, for information on their specific train. Visit www.mta.info for updates concerning Metro North.

WINTER WEATHER WARNING

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ALERT issued. No one should enter Pelham Park, Orchard Beach, or any City Park until further notice. Heavy snow and strong wind gusts, combined with full leaves still on trees, are damaging thousands of trees in parks throughout the City. This is creating an elevated and ongoing danger of falling branches and trees. City crews are working to address the damage and will continue throughout the storm.

Bartow Pell Mansion

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Saturday, October 29 Garden Clean Up Session is OFF

10 a.m.- 1 p.m.

CANCELED

DUE TO WEATHER

Join in Saturday, November 12, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. instead.

Light breakfast available. Please bring gloves and wear sturdy shoes.

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