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Metro6@7: Great Escape ends, Gay Pride March, Morrissey, BET awards

Plus: Parks' car ban starts today and Metro's 'True Detective' recap.

Car ban is in effect Monday in Central Park. Horses are still allowed.

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Good morning @metronewyorkl. Your Metro6@7 includes the BET awards, Morrissey at The Garden, and a prison break redux.

PRISON BREAK
It's over: David Sweat, one of two New York state inmates who escaped from prison three weeks ago, was shot by police near the Canadian border and rushed to a local hospital on Sunday, two days after his accomplice was killed.

CAR BAN IN PARKS BEGINS
A ban on carsin Prospect Park in Brooklyn, and Manhattan's Central Park, north of 72nd Street, is in effect.

MORRISSEY
Morrissey, with Blondie, rocked meatless, "cruelty-free" Madison Square Garden Saturday night in a politically-charged show that had both Moz and Debbie Harry in fighting form. Editor-at-large John A. Oswald reports.

BET AWARDS
Metro's Emily Laurence looks at Sunday's BET awards. Call it a comeback: All eyes were on Janet Jackson. The singer was honored in a tribute, which included a performance by Ciara. PLUS: all the big winners.

TRUE DETECTIVE RECAP
Metro's Lisa Weidenfeld hasa True Detective recap.

GAY PRIDE MARCH
The heady weekend that started Friday with the Supreme Court ruling on gay marriage, ended with an amazing Gay Pride March. See our gallery.

John A. Oswald is editor-at-large for www.metro.us. Follow him on\ Twitter @nyc_oz.

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