Residents living near JFK and LaGuardia airports are concerned that the constant noise from planes flying over their homes is having potentially damaging effects on their health. Tonight, meet the Long Island legislator who’s seeking out answers and options. Aired on June 17, 2019.
A recent report by Gothamist reveals exceedingly high lead levels in some of our city’s parks. We have the details on which ones you may want to avoid this Summer. We’re heading uptown to Yankee Stadium to take a look at the “Bronx Bombers” in popular culture. Musician Jakob Dylan will take us on a journey through the roots of […]
A recent report by Gothamist reveals exceedingly high lead levels in some of our city’s parks. We have the details on which ones you may want to avoid this Summer. To read the full report, click here. To listen to WNYC’s podcast “The Stakes,” click here. Aired on June 14, 2019.
Sen. Alessandra Biaggi joins us to discuss the newly passed Child Victims Act, her personal story as a survivor of sexual violence, and her new role in government. Did New York City just commit the “largest unforced error in its economic history” by losing out on Amazon HQ2? We have an analysis. We’re taking a look back at Sir Ernest […]
Did New York City commit the “largest unforced error in its economic history” by losing out on Amazon HQ2? We have an analysis. Aired on February 21, 2019 and June 7, 2019.
Community leaders from different faiths are joining forces to end gun violence in the tri-state. A young filmmaker brings the story of “the imperial court,” the oldest LGBT charity organization, to life in “50 Years of Fabulous.” We have your preview. The New York native and colorful president gets a fresh take in Jerome Charyn’s book, “The Perilous Adventures Of The Cowboy […]
Sex trafficking in America is a problem far more wide spread than imagined. We have their stories and the police unit committed to ending the scourge. Plus, why does New York City have one of the most segregated education systems in the country? And, meet the hungry herd hired by the city to roam Riverside Park. Their task: to help take […]
65 years after Brown v. Board of Education, segregation in public schools remains a major issue in cities across the country. New York City has one of the most segregated school systems in the country, and some see the controversial Specialized High Schools Admissions Test as part of the problem. At a City Council Oversight Hearing on Segregation in the New […]
Meet the hungry herd hired by the city to roam Riverside Park. Their task: to help take a bite out of blight. Plus, to vote for your favorite goat in the herd, click here. Aired on May 28, 2019.