liberated syndication

WFUV's Cityscape

An inside look at the people, places and spirit of New York City and its surroundings, with host George Bodarky.

Episodes:

Type Released Title Description
09/12/2018 Hidden History of Queens Some historians travel far and wide to uncover the fascinating st...
09/05/2018 Grieving 9/11 Seventeen Years Later The date September 11 will forever evoke recollections of unimagi...
08/29/2018 She's Lazy and She Loves to Eat Labor Day weekend is upon us and for a lot of people you know wha...
08/22/2018 Pigeon Palooza In a city like New York, you can't walk an inch without encounter...
08/15/2018 The King of Snagging At major league baseball games, there are lots of opportunities t...
08/08/2018 Once in Harlem Harlem, like most New York City neighborhoods, has seen a lot of ...
08/01/2018 Yo Soy Taino! In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, a Bronx filmmaker is working...
08/01/2018 Tenement Museum Preserves Historic Trash New York City is chock full of history. You literally can even fi...
07/25/2018 A Hospital for Feathered Patients In a city known for its cool and unusual places, even the Wild Bi...
07/18/2018 An Inside View of NYC's Luxe Housing Market When it comes to luxury living, there’s no shortage of it in Ne...
07/11/2018 On Broadway If streets could talk, imagine the stories they would tell. Autho...
07/04/2018 Strike a Chord: Don't Throw it Out! From disposable coffee cups to worn-out kitchen cabinets to lefto...
06/27/2018 The Not So Concrete Jungle New York City is comprised of a lot of concrete and steel, but th...
06/13/2018 The Cityscape Egg-stravaganza From over easy to scrambled to poached to sunny side-up, there ar...
06/06/2018 NYC Theater Company Presents an All-Yiddish 'Fiddler' This summer, for the first time in history, Fiddler on the Roof w...
05/30/2018 Beyond the Polish Nails are a big business in a city like New York. You can’t wal...
05/23/2018 Revolutionary New York Philadelphia and Boston often hog the limelight when it comes to ...
05/16/2018 Bronx Native Helps Underserved Individuals Launch Careers Growing up isn’t always easy. But, if you’re lucky enough, so...
05/09/2018 It's In The Family In a city that is ever changing, some things have managed to stay...
05/02/2018 Wigging Out Claire Grunwald has been making wigs and beards for Brooklyn’s ...
04/25/2018 Trending in the NYC Food Scene From the newfound avocado addiction to the cronut craze, New York...
04/19/2018 On Deck: April 18th 2018 David Spampinato, Devin Clementi, and Emmanuel Berbari discuss th...
04/18/2018 The New Abolitionists For a lot of people, New York City is a place where dreams come t...
04/11/2018 Save America's Clocks When it comes to the most famous clocks in the world, the one at ...
04/04/2018 Taking LGBTQ History Out of the Closet When thinking back to American history class, you might recall di...
03/28/2018 Bow Wow NYC You can’t go a block in a city like New York without seeing som...
03/21/2018 Public Gardens of NYC Just in time for the start of spring a new book is out focusing o...
03/14/2018 Remnants of the Past New York City is constantly evolving. Businesses open and close. ...
03/07/2018 Strike a Chord: Children in Foster Care From becoming a foster parent to simply being a mentor, there are...
02/28/2018 The Sole of NYC New Yorkers are known for pounding the pavement to get what they ...


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