The High Line park — built with $223 million in both government and private funds — draws nearly 5 million visitors a year.
It will help preserve the region’s history and provide a place for historians to publish their work.
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The 20-year-old Winston addressed his inappropriate comments before Wednesday’s practice: “I have to tone it down.”
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President Barack Obama and his daughters had just departed the White House on Friday evening.