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Sheila E. still drumming up new music and hot collabs

Law and Order New York Post

Sheila E. might be known for “The Glamorous Life,” but the star percussionist and singer has battled her share of setbacks — including physical injuries. “Last tour, I sprained my ankle and messed up my Achilles as well a year and a half ago, and it
'Sheila E. might be known for “The Glamorous Life,” but the star percussionist and singer has battled her share of setbacks — including physical injuries. “Last tour, I sprained my ankle and messed up my Achilles as well a year and a half ago, and it just got better a month ago,” Sheila E. tells..'

De Blasio says DOE official wrong for promoting pro-Carranza rally

Politics New York Post

Mayor Bill de Blasio conceded Thursday that a top Department of Education official erred by urging underlings attend a political rally to support embattled Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. De Blasio described DOE Community Affairs Director Sadye
'Mayor Bill de Blasio conceded Thursday that a top Department of Education official erred by urging underlings attend a political rally to support embattled Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza. De Blasio described DOE Community Affairs Director Sadye Campoamor as a “fine public servant … with a lot of integrity” but said it was wrong of her..'

Philadelphia City Councilman Introduces Bill To Ban Almost All Single-Use Plastic Bags In City

News CBS Philly

Previous attempts to limit plastic bags in the city have failed.
'PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia is taking another shot at cracking down on plastic bags. Councilman Mark Squilla introduced a bill Thursday that would ban almost all single-use plastic bags at grocery stores, convenience stores, restaurants and other shops in the city. Stores would also have to charge 15 cents for every recyclable paper bag or reusable bag they give customers. Protesters Want All Philadelphia Police Officers Connected To Alleged Racist Social Media Posts To Be Removed From Streets Previous attempts to limit plastic bags in the city have failed.'

Grand Central Station springs massive leak

Weather New York Post

Grand Central became “Grand Falls” for Thursday commuters. Stunning video posted to Twitter shows water gushing from the ceiling at the terminal’s subway station during a rain shower. The clip shows a small mop bucket proving woefully insufficient
'Grand Central became “Grand Falls” for Thursday commuters. Stunning video posted to Twitter shows water gushing from the ceiling at the terminal’s subway station during a rain shower. The clip shows a small mop bucket proving woefully insufficient to contain the downpour as riders sidestepped the massive puddles it created. The MTA did not immediately..'