President and CEO of the Institute for Children, Poverty & Homelessness (ICPH), Ralph da Costa Nunez on his new book on the history of poverty in New York, “The Poor Among Us”
On the show this week: solutions to poverty, NYC Votes 2013 continues with mayoral candidate John Catsimatidis, what’s next in Albany, and New Jersey’s new mobile Hall of Fame
For those struggling to get out of New York’s growing shelter system, having a mailing address can be one step towards stability.
Yale University professor and former New York City Planning Commissioner Alexander Garvin tells Pi Roman what works and what doesn’t for New York city planners in a discussion about his new book The Planning Game: Lessons from Great Cities.
From the pre-WWI arts scene to the birth of the gay rights movement to the recent real estate boom, Greenwich Village has been an integral part of many moments in New York City’s history.
South Shore homeowners weigh the pros and costs of raising their homes in preparation for hurricane season.
An update on the political scandals, resignations and corruption charges in Albany and analysis of the New York City mayoral race now that former Congressman Anthony Weiner is running.
MetroFocus talks to Rosanne Haggerty about the Brownsville Partnership, a collaborative prevention and community development program in one of Brooklyn’s most underserved neighborhoods.