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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
12/13/2017 Teaching Matters Classrooms today look a lot different than they did even just 10 ...
12/06/2017 Suicide Prevention Every year more than 44,000 Americans die by suicide. On average,...
11/29/2017 Strike a Chord: Battling Drug Addiction Drug addiction can tear families apart. And it's something that k...
11/22/2017 A Second U For people getting out of prison, the road to stability can be a ...
11/15/2017 Education Through Music Music is much more than a form of entertainment. It can help peop...
11/08/2017 The World of Ballet “Everything is beautiful at the ballet." At least that’s...
11/01/2017 Horology 101 For some, the end of daylight saving time doesn't require a lot o...
10/25/2017 Boroughs of the Dead New York City is layered in history. Behind every brownstone, or ...
10/18/2017 It's a Small World In a place that appears larger than life, it’s hard to imagine ...
10/11/2017 New York City's Relationship with the UN The United Nations General Assembly wrapped up its 72nd annual ge...
10/04/2017 Bronx History 101 What do legendary jazz musician Duke Ellington, suffragist Elizab...
09/27/2017 A Museum in Brooklyn Works to Shed New Light on the Holocaust A museum in Brooklyn is trying to fill a void when it comes to te...
09/20/2017 #WildlifeNYC When it comes to wild animals, chances are a lot of people don’...
09/13/2017 The Big History of Little Italy If you’re in the mood for sausage and peppers or a cannoli, the...
09/06/2017 Meet the Van Dusens, One of Manhattan's Oldest Families Tracing your family history is as simple as ever thanks to geneal...
08/30/2017 Biting into the History of the Hot Dog If you’re headed to a Labor Day weekend gathering, chances are ...
08/23/2017 The Sand, Surf, History and Culture of Brighton Beach With the summer quickly coming to a close, a lot of folks are loo...
08/16/2017 Mommy Talk Just in time for the back-to-school season, a new novel is out ab...
08/09/2017 Candy and Milkshakes with a Side of Nostalgia In a city like New York, new, trendy restaurants and shops open a...
08/02/2017 Romancing the Stone in NYC It’s a common scene in New York City – people hurrying down t...
07/26/2017 A Visit to the Rockefeller's Kykuit New York City is a place of endless discoveries. But, sometimes i...
07/19/2017 The Structure of Design You might not be familiar with his name, but you may have marvele...
07/12/2017 Fresh Starts: Life After Prison New York City wants to close Rikers Island within the next 10 yea...
07/05/2017 Up in the Cheap Seats Anyone with an appreciation for Broadway might vividly remember t...
06/28/2017 Strike a Chord: Healthy Kids Studies show that healthy children get better grades, attend scho...
06/21/2017 Mysterious Islands of NYC New York City is made up of several islands. The big ones, like M...
06/14/2017 Here's the Scoop: Ice Cream in NYC I scream, you scream, we all scream, for ice cream -- especially ...
06/07/2017 Life Interrupted Being a 20-something can be exciting. It’s a time in your life ...
05/31/2017 Marilyn in Manhattan She was a Hollywood sensation known for her beauty and charisma. ...
05/24/2017 Norman Bel Geddes: The 20th Century's Leonardo da Vinci The name Norman Bel Geddes is not as commonly known as Thomas Edi...


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