Eye On New York: Skin Cancer Prevention, TKTS, And Communities In Photos
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — On Sunday’s Eye On New York, CBS 2’s Dr. Max Gomez talked about a new treatment to stop skin cancer before it starts, and had some advice on preventing skin cancer in these sun-heavy months.
Also, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler got an inside look at TKTS, the discount Broadway and Off-Broadway ticket booth that is celebrating 40 years in Times Square.
Laura Roumanos of United Photo Industries joined us to talk about “The Fence,” a new exhibit in Brooklyn Bridge Park showcasing work from 40 photographers who were tasked with capturing the essence of their communities.
And 1010 WINS’ John Montone heard your gripes about traffic and transportation.
Preventing Skin Cancer Before It Starts
TKTS In Times Square Celebrates 40 Years
‘The Fence’ Photography Exhibit In Brooklyn Bridge Park
Mouth Off To Montone
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