This coming Tuesday is All Saints Day. It’s a day on which the Roman Catholic Church celebrates and honors all the Christian faithful, both known and unknown. All Saints Day has inspired us to do a show with a Saints theme. This week we’ll meet a Staten Island priest with a massive collection of saint statues and pay a visit to St. Mark's Place in Manhattan's East Village to learn all about the street's storied past.

Direct download: cs10292011.mp3
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New York City may no longer be the manufacturing capital of America, but a whole lot of stuff is still made in the five boroughs, from soda pop to chocolate to maraschino cherries. On this week's Cityscape, we’re showcasing products with the made in NY stamp, including pickles from Brooklyn.

Direct download: cs10222011.mp3
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Since its beginnings, hip hop has influenced so many aspects of life, from educational children’s albums to fashion. Hip Hop got its start in New York City. On this week’s Cityscape, we’re exploring those origins, and looking at hip hop from several other angles.

Direct download: cs10082011.mp3
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Let’s face it -- older and younger generations don’t always see eye-to-eye. For example, they often have different tastes in music. And while technology is helping to widen the divide, it’s also bringing generations closer together. On this week’s show, texting while parenting. We’ll also learn a new language – teen speak.

Direct download: cs10012011.mp3
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