What’s changed in Hollywood, television, music and the arts? We cover the top pop culture of 2017 with Syracuse University Professor Robert Thompson. Aired on December 21, 2017.
The “Silence Breakers” started the “MeToo” movement that tumbled the pillars of power. As we head into 2018, can we expect more of the same. Jessica Bennett, first-ever gender editor for the New York Times joins us. Aired December 21, 2017.
Congress passed the most sweeping re-write of the tax code in decades, with a presidential signature expected in days. But what will it really do for us and our states? Greg David, director of the business and economics reporting program at CUNY Graduate School of Journalism joins us to break down the tax code reform. As a part of our […]
As a part of our ongoing series “Peril & Promise,” we explore what sustainable farming is, and why its symbolic relationship with us and the earth, is vital to our future. Aired on December 20, 2017.
An investigation into sites containing deadly, hazardous waste reveals hot spots all over Long Island and the New York area. A shocking report tonight from Pro Publica’s Senior Environmental Reporter, Abraham Lustgarten. It was a year where social activism, hate groups, sexual harassment, and hyper-partisanship dominated headlines. We’re taking a look back at 2017 with WNYC Reporter, Arun Venugopal. It’s a part […]
Excess and greed defined the heydays of Wall Street in the 1980s, now it’s getting a send up on the big stage. A preview of the new Broadway show “Junk” ahead with actor, Steven Pasquale. Aired on December 18, 2017.
It’s a part of New York we have all seen, but few have ever been allowed to enter… until tonight. Photographer, Christopher Payne, has got your ticket to North Brother Island. Aired December 18, 2017.
It was a year where social activism, hate groups, sexual harassment, and hyper-partisanship dominated headlines. We’re taking a look back at 2017 with WNYC Reporter, Arun Venugopal. Aired on December 18, 2017.