A new and deadly disease being spread via ticks in the Tri-State. The details of that, and best-selling author Ally Hilfiger joins us with her harrowing tale of surviving Lyme disease.
Join us as Treasures of New York walks the rail trails across New York State from Poughkeepsie’s walkway over the Hudson down to N-Y-C!
Before you head out to watch the eclipse, buyer beware! Your solar glasses may not protect your eyes as well as you think. We’ll show you how to spot the fakes and get insider tips on how to enjoy the celestial event with a man whose chased 20 eclipses around the globe!
An inside look at the upcoming transit hearings and reaching an end to our on-going days of delays. Plus, an exclusive from NYC Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez. New York is an urban heat island! A place where fewer trees and large communities create an effect that keeps our temperatures rising! We’re going to the heart of this phenomenon. “Though she […]
New York is an urban heat island! A place where fewer trees and large communities create an effect that keeps our temperatures rising! We’re going to the heart of this phenomenon.
New York City Councilman Corey Johnson’s demands to be heard during the healthcare showdown got him arrested outside of Sen. Mitch McConnell’s office. He’ll be here to give us the inside story. Is there a way to completely ‘rethink’ New York’s failing transit system? We’ll hear from our guest Jim Venturi, the Founder and Principal Designer of ReThinkNYC. A new program […]
It’s shark week, but sharks in the city? They don’t just prowl on Wall Street. We’ll give a sneak peek of Discovery Channel’s “Sharks and the City: New York,” and find out what predators lurk in our waters.
Two hit-and-run deaths in Brooklyn this weekend have pushed City Council members and cyclist enthusiasts for protections on our dangerous streets. We talk to Paul Steely White, the Executive Director of Transportation Alternatives, to find out what steps his organization is pushing for to make the city streets safer for cyclists. It’s shark week, but sharks in the city? They […]
We are smack dab in the middle of week two of this summer’s anticipated transit days of delays, and Benjamin Kabak is on it! As the blogger behind the incredibly successful “Second Ave. Sagas,” chances are you already follow his insight, and if you don’t, you will after this upcoming interview. Carlos Watson got sick of his role in the mainstream […]