The Paley Center for Media presents the first comprehensive retrospective of Judy Garland’s career on television, celebrating some of the incomparable entertainer’s most notable, as well as most rarely seen, appearances in the medium. This series is coordinated and produced in association with the Film Society of Lincoln Center who will be screening Garland’s motion picture work July 26 to August 9, 2011.
FINAL SHUTTLE FLIGHT. ATLANTIS Comes Home Ending NASA's Space Program.
WE'RE HAVING A HEATWAVE. Triple Digit Temperatures Expected.
DEBT CEILING DEADLINE. Senate Working on Deal
STAY OFF THE WATERS. Beware of Sewage in our Waterways.
US BEST KEPT SECRET. Federal Home Loan Program Applications End Tomorrow.
St. Paul's Church in Mt Vernon, New York hosts several special events during the year for visitors to experience history and culture firsthand. Guided tours, costumed demonstrations and special events explore the site's rich history.
The National Weather Service warns of a Heat Index in excess of 95 degrees for the next several days. In response to this condition, NYC Cooling Centers will be open on a daily basis and continuing through Saturday.
Visit http://www.nyc.gov/oem or call 311 for locations, hours, and further details.
Tomorrow's 42nd anniversary of man walking on the moon. Check out photos of "Days the Earth Stood Still"
Free overnight camping in NYC parks is allowed - but only on select nights, and only if you win the lottery.
The lottery in question is operated by the Urban Park Rangers and it allows families to bring a tent and other useful urban camping gear to spend a night in Central Park, Fort Greene Park, Van Cortlandt Park, Pelham Bay Park, Marine Park, Alley Pond Park or Wolfe’s Pond Park.
A 24-hour online lottery is held for each camping night with about 30 winning entries per event. The NYC camping and lottery dates for 2011:
Location: Pelham Bay Park, Bronx
Camp night: July 22
DEBT PLAN APPROVED. New Plan on Horizon.
FT. HOOD ARRAIGNMENT. Prosecution Seeks Death Sentence.
MESSY HACKING HEARINGS. Pie Thrower Misses Murdoch.
LARGEST AIRCRAFT ORDER. American Orders.
HEAT DOME MOVES EAST. High Temperatures Expected.
NY SPORTS TEAM OFFERS HOPE WEEK. Yankees Community Service.
The Bronx Council on the Arts (BCA) and Wave Hill’s “Sunset Wednesdays” continues BCA’s “Bronx Beat” series on July 20 and 27 with 7:00pm concerts featuring BxIndie musicians. All concerts are free with admission to the grounds. Admission: Free to Wave Hill members and children under 6; $8 for adults; $4 for students and seniors 65+; $2 for children 6+.
Visit www.bronxarts.org or call 718-931-9500 x33 or call Wave Hill’s Martha Gellens at 718-549-3200 x232.
NYC Councilman Jimmy Vacca is out of the country on a well deserved summer vacation with his wife and his daughter. I was assured that he was not in Bermuda. Someone else we know likes to visit Bermuda.
City Island Images was told that the councilman went on a sea cruise, touring our northern neighbors in Canada. You too could be enjoying one of these cruises from NYC. The Queen Mary 2 and two Princess Cruises ships sail from NYC in 2011 and 2012. The terminal in Brooklyn is large enough to handle these mega-ships.