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This afternoon, City Island's Public Library will feature a free film screening of The Ninth Day.
The WWII movie will begin at 2P Information @ 718 1703
Thousands of New Yorkers are out of power as the electrical grid feverishly works on increased demands.
Meanwhile, officials at Con Ed say that they have had to reduce voltage all over their service area because their demand has broken the previous records set in 2006.
TERRORISM IN NORWAY. Oslo Bloodbath Leaves 91 Dead.
WHY IS IT SO HOT? Congress Turns Off Debt Ceiling Fan.
NEW DEBT TALKS. Meeting Scheduled Today,
TRIPLE DIGIT TEMPS EXPECTED. Con Ed Announces Record Usage.
ANOTHER JAPAN QUAKE. Tainted Beef Supplies.
NYC public utility company, Con Edison is requesting that all customers conserve electricity by turning off equipment not being used, keeping air conditioners at 78-degrees, and running washers, dryers and dishwashers only at night. According to officials, "The Baked Apple" heatwave is expected to end in a few days.
If you lose electricity call ConEd 1-800-75-CONED(26633), or report online at www.coned.com
It's the Metropolitan Museum of Art and it's on a roll. Having raised the standards for design exhibitions to a stunning new high with “Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty,” which has been extended through August 7, the New York institution has announced that 5.68 million people visited the Met during the fiscal year that ended on June 30.
The National Weather Service has issued an Excessive Heat Warning until 10:00 PM; heat index values between 105-115 are expected. Additionally, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation has issued an Air Quality Health Advisory for NYC from 11AM-11PM today. In response to these conditions, Cooling Centers will be open. For center locations and hours please visit www.nyc.gov/oem or call 311. For the latest weather info
EXPECT HIGH TEMPERATURES. Dangerous Heat and Beaches.
DEBT LIMIT TALKS CONTINUE. Time Running Out.
NFL LABOR AGREEMENT. Will Vote Be Approved?
FAA SHUTDOWN. Perhaps Tonight!
WALLMART CASE CONTINUES. Federal Court Hearing.
Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. has announced that his office has allocated $12.85 million in funding for projects across the Bronx as part of his FY2012 budget requests. This will help move projects forward in The Bronx, contributing to new technology in schools, new housing opportunities and a greener borough.
But never on Sundays and soon Saturday too. USPS has announced an $8 Billion shortfall and is seriously considering it's options, which include the elimination of Saturday deliveries. It's taking a licking and may soon slow down ticking.
The length of time it takes for a letter to arrive, not to mention the price tag, has reduced profitability, as email and social networking sites become more dominant in our popular culture.
And with fewer items of postage to mail, stamp enthusiasts will have even more to collect.