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Eye On New York: Composting, Lincoln Center Festival, Pogo-Palooza And More

A sign at the Helena on West 57th street explains what is acceptable for composting. (credit: CBS 2)

A sign at the Helena on West 57th street explains what is acceptable for composting. (credit: CBS 2)

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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – On Sunday morning’s “Eye On New York,” CBS 2’s Dana Tyler sat down with WCBS 880 reporter Rich Lamb to discuss Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s latest initiative pushing composting.

A music-theater collaboration based on a classic Chinese folk tale will hit the stage at the Lincoln Center Festival.

Some daring extreme athletes will take part in Pogo-Palooza and an upcoming world record pogo attempt in Tompkins Square Park.

And New Yorkers vented their frustrations in “Mouth Off To Montone.”

Bloomberg’s Composting Plan

“Monkey: Journey To The West”

Pogo-Palooza

Mouth Off To Montone