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World Science Festival Preview

Free, indoors, outdoors and across New York City, from June 1-5, leading scientists, researchers and professors are teaching the world about all things science in fun and interactive ways.

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  • New Yorkers are already used to seeing calorie information at chain restaurants, but starting Monday, May 22, 2017, you can also expect to see it on prepared foods at chain supermarkets and convenience stores.