NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — On Sunday’s Eye On New York, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler talked with Political Reporter Marcia Kramer about the latest sexting allegations involving mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner and its effect on his poll numbers.
In the latest development, Weiner’s campaign manager has resigned amid the scandal, Kramer reported Sunday.
Also, New Yorkers have a long history of banding together to protest and speak out on a variety of issues. The Museum of the City of New York is honoring that history with a new exhibit, “Activists of New York,” and deputy director and chief curator of exhibition management Sarah Henry joined Tyler to talk about the exhibit and the rich history.
In a rare development, a play and its sequel are running at the same time with largely the same cast. Writer and star Anthony Wilkinson joined Tyler to chat about his plays, “My Big Gay Italian Wedding” and “My Big Gay Italian Funeral.”
And 1010 WINS’ John Montone heard your gripes about inconsiderate street parking, and whether cyclists are really using bike lanes.
Weiner Slipping In Polls Amid New Sexting Scandal
Museum Honors The History Of Activism In New York
A Play And Its Sequel: ‘My Big Gay Italian Wedding’ And ‘Funeral’
Mouth Off To Montone: Inconsiderate Parking And Cycling
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