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Today on WNYC:
The city has cleared the way to move forward with the construction of Brooklyn  Bridge Park. (Marine life there apparently boasts the lined seahorse, a species of extraordinary reproductive biology.)
Teamsters art handlers picket Sotheby’s.
The Met returns objects found in King Tut’s tomb back to Egypt.
At 12 pm on The Leonard Lopate Show: Guest host Julie Burstein talks to Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Joby Warrick about an al Qaeda mole who infiltrated the CIA.
On Soundcheck at 2 pm: Roller disco.

Today on WNYC:

The city has cleared the way to move forward with the construction of Brooklyn Bridge Park. (Marine life there apparently boasts the lined seahorse, a species of extraordinary reproductive biology.)

Teamsters art handlers picket Sotheby’s.

The Met returns objects found in King Tut’s tomb back to Egypt.

At 12 pm on The Leonard Lopate Show: Guest host Julie Burstein talks to Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Joby Warrick about an al Qaeda mole who infiltrated the CIA.

On Soundcheck at 2 pm: Roller disco.