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Rolling Near the River

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Attention, Central Park disco skaters and devotees of Staten Island’s RollerJam USA: You’re no longer the only eight-wheelers in town. This Thursday, a temporary 8,000-square-foot open-air roller-skating rink opens beneath the High Line. The Uniqlo-funded rink, inside the food-truck-packed Lot at 30th Street and Tenth Avenue, sports a trippy geometric-print floor bordered by illuminated construction barriers and benches for onlookers. The entry fee, including skates rental, is a reasonable $10 for kids under 13 and $12 for adults, but the first 500 skaters get in free this Thursday and Friday (open SuW, 11 a.m.10 p.m.; ThSa, 11 a.m.11 p.m.; 212-206-9922; through 9/26).


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