On the next edition of MetroFocus: affordable housing in New York City, a sneak preview at the final episode of PBS Nature’s “Earthflight” series, and Sandy stories from Long Beach.
Belmar’s mayor estimates there are still about two dozen families that have not been able to return to their homes.
This edition of MetroFocus features some of the best segments from the past months, beginning with a look behind the jobs numbers that perplex economists and drive the conversation on the campaign trail.
This week: a look behind the jobs numbers that perplex economists, an interview with Republican mayoral candidate Joe Lhota, how nature can protect us from natural disasters, and the story of self-taught artist GC Myers
Unemployment, mayoral candidate Joe Lhota, natural coastline protection, self-taught artist GC Myers
To better understand the biggest threats to Lake George’s pristine water quality, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), IBM and The Fund for Lake George have teamed up for the The Jefferson Project at Lake George to transform the body of water into the world’s “smartest”.
Marriage equality, Sal Albanese, making Lake George “smarter”, Google Geek Street Fair