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Collin Campbell

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'The Gates' heads for the Recycling Bin

Monday, February 28, 2005

Workers will begin taking down 'The Gates' today. The massive work of public art by Christo and Jeanne-Claude isn't headed for a museum or a private collection. Its pieces will be recycled.

The fabric, steel and vinyl used to to build 'The Gates' cost more than ...

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Washington Heights Marks 40th Anniversary of Malcom X Assassination

Tuesday, February 22, 2005

The 1960s activist Malcolm X was remembered at a memorial marking the 40th Anniversary of his assassination in Washington Heights. The event was attended by family members, friends and city politicians. Mayor Bloomberg said Malcolm X's message lives on in New York.

BLOOMBERG: I think where he alive today, he would ...

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Air Traffic Control Errors on the Rise

Friday, February 18, 2005

In the last few weeks, air traffic controllers in New York have made an alarming number of errors that could have caused mid-air accidents. The FAA says planes have flown too close to each other at a rate at least six times higher than such ...

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Queens GOP Leaning Toward Ognibene for Mayor

Thursday, February 10, 2005

Members of the Queens County Republican Party say they plan to to endorse former City Councilman Thomas Ognibene for mayor tonight, steering the borough with the largest number of Republicans away from Mayor Bloomberg. WNYC's Collin Campbell has more.

The Queens GOP endorsed Bloomberg for his ...

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MTA Should Get Best Price for Railyards

Tuesday, February 08, 2005

The head of the state's economic development agency says the MTA should get the best price it can for the Hudson Railyards, where the Jets want to build a stadium. On the Brian Lehrer show this morning on WNYC, Charles Gargano, head of Empire State Development, denied that the state ...

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Broader Inquiry into RNC Detention?

Friday, January 21, 2005

Today, a Manhattan judge will consider whether to allow a broader inquiry into the detention of protesters during the Republican National Convention. WNYC's Collin Campbell has more.

More than eighteen hundred people where arrested during the Republican National Convention and many were held in a detention center on a Hudson River ...

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