Tuesday, July 22, 2014

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SI Residents Hear 'Smooth Sounds By the Sea'

The fourth annual "Smooth Sounds by the Sea'' concert was held Sunday at the Alice Austen House, with all proceeds from the jazz and R&B show going toward Staten Island Black Heritage Family Day.

07/21/2014 02:52 PM


Mayor Visits Vatican, Invites Pope to Come to New York

Mayor Bill de Blasio may not be getting an audience with Pope Francis during his vacation to Italy, but he did get into the Vatican for a private meeting with its secretary of state, which gave the mayor a chance to personally express his desire to have the pope visit New York City.

Updated 07/21/2014 05:13 PM

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NY1 Online: Consultants Discuss Eric Garner's Death

The four members of Inside City Hall’s Consultants Corner, Republicans Jessica Proud and Tom Doherty and Democrats George Arzt and Eli Valentin weighed in on the death of Eric Garner while in police custody, the de Blasio vacation and Governor Andrew Cuomo’s big lead in the polls.

07/21/2014 09:43 PM

NY1 Online: Beating Victim, Supporters Talk Controversial Case Process

With his alleged attacker finally facing charges, Crown Heights beating victim Andrew Charles, his mother Wendy Craigg and the Reverend Taharka Robinson from the Brooklyn Anti-Violence Coalition joined Inside City Hall to discuss the six year process behind a controversial case.

07/21/2014 08:51 PM

NY1 Online: Al Sharpton Discusses Death of Eric Garner

Reverend Al Sharpton joined Inside City Hall to try to shed some light on the investigation onto the death of Eric Garner—the Staten Island man who died after confrontation with police last week.

07/21/2014 08:39 PM




City Initiative Could Bring Wi-Fi, Free 911 and 311 Calls to Payphones

An initiative to transform traditional telephone booths could make connecting a bit easier for Staten Islanders, as the New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications says new installations could provide Wi-Fi, as well as free 911 and 311 calls. 07/20/2014 04:04 PM

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