At Night, Social Scene Blossoms as Heat Brings Neighbors Outside

Friday, July 19, 2013


Parks in New York City are keeping their sprinklers on a little longer, and keeping their gates open a little later for residents looking to keep cool during the hot summer nights.

WNYC's Sarah Gonzalez spent last night in Inwood to see how the neighborhood is coping with the heat.


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