New York City is full of unique stories and surprising facts.  On this week's Cityscape, we will learn the answer to the question -- "when did the Statue of Liberty turn green?" -- and uncover a whole bunch of other interesting facts about the Big Apple.

Direct download: cs11272010.mp3
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Spanning The City

The bridges of New York City are not simply a way to get from one place to another – they’re a part of the city’s history and culture and sometimes a source of inspiration. On this week's Cityscape, we're exploring the city's bridges from different vantage points.

Direct download: cs11202010.mp3
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No Place Like Home

Home can be difficult to define.  For some people it’s a physical place, but for others it’s simply a feeling.  It’s not about brick and mortar, but the comfort of family and friends that defines home. On this week's Cityscape, we're exploring what "home" feels like in New York City.

Direct download: cs11132010.mp3
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26.2 miles – that’s the distance some 40,000 participants will run during the New York City Marathon. Runners will test their strength and willpower as they make their way through all five boroughs starting on Staten Island and crossing the finish line in Central Park.  On this week's Cityscape, we'll hear the "behind-the-scenes" stories of some of those runners.

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