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September 08, 2017 at 5:30 am

Mayor Bill de Blasio squared off once again against City Hall hopeful Sal Albanese.  Did Albanese manage to land any punches?  And… like him or not…is there really a serious chance that Mayor de Blasio will not win his bid for re-election?  We’ll have analysis from New York Times City Hall reporter J. David Goodman. As hurricanes Irma and Harvey leave […]

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September 01, 2017 at 5:30 am

Tonight, the neighborhood of Chelsea is a neighborhood of sharp contrasts. Home of The High Line, multi-million dollar condos, and tech giants like Google, Chelsea has seen rapid gentrification in the past three decades. And while many residents benefit from the development of the area, some in rent stabilized and public housing continue to struggle as prices and services rise. The New York Times housing reporter Mireya Navarro wrote an article that delved into the gentrification of this neighborhood, the wealth divide, and the anxious people who fear they will be forced out.

Then, he replaced Johnny Carson and made a name for himself on The Tonight Show, and now late-night legend Jay Leno joins us in a one-on-one interview to dish about his time on The Tonight Show, the current state of comedy, his car show Jay Leno’s Garage, and the presidential election. You won’t want to miss it.

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August 31, 2017 at 7:00 pm

The neighborhood of Chelsea is a neighborhood of sharp contrasts. Home of The High Line, multi-million dollar condos, and tech giants like Google, Chelsea has seen rapid gentrification in the past three decades. And while many residents benefit from the development of the area, some in rent stabilized and public housing continue to struggle as prices and services rise. The New York Times housing reporter Mireya Navarro wrote an article that delved into the gentrification of this neighborhood, the wealth divide, and the anxious people who fear they will be forced out.

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August 31, 2017 at 5:30 am

New Yorkers rally for immigrants’ rights as they prepare for President Trump’s expected decision to pull the “Dreamer” program on or before September 5th.  New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer will join us with details on a plan to help immigrants get on the path to citizenship. This week marks the 20th Anniversary of Princess Diana’s death.  Tonight, we look back […]

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