July 21, 2017: TONIGHT ON METROFOCUS

July 22, 2017 at 5:30 am

NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer has his eye on our rail system’s “days or delays,” and how they are impacting us all, and more importantly, what’s being done. Queens Congressman Joe Crowley is back. He wants to ensure healthcare for all, including undocumented immigrants who worked the smoldering pit after 9/11. Did you know that jazz legend John Coltrane lived and created the musical masterpiece “A Love Supreme” in a dilapidated home in Dix Hills? Find out what is being done to preserve this piece of music history, and how you can help rebuild it. And Massapequa’s own, the always affable actor, Steve Guttenberg, takes a somewhat less savory turn in his upcoming roll on HBO’S “Ballers.” He’s here with a preview ahead of Sunday night’s premiere.