The New York Times has published a video of Flushing Meadows Corona Park during the U.S. Open.
In the Shadow of the U.S. Open
They glossed over the biggest issue. The decrepit condition of the park! I mean how could accomplished journalists have totally missed the real story of what's in the shadow of the U.S. Open? You can make an entire video out of why the Unisphere fountain is only turned on during the Open and not at any other time of year. The answer is obvious - it's in Queens and during the rest of the year the park is visited mostly by people in lower income brackets. How about that angle, Gray Lady?