Food writer, award-winning cooking instructor, former chef and New York City resident Michael Krondl talks about his new book Sweet Invention: A History of Dessert.

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A lot of people love the smell of brand new things – cars, shoes, carpet, books. But, there’s a lot to be said for stuff that’s a bit more worn out, or at least older. New York City is full of places to buy vintage goods, from typewriters to shoes to pots and pans.  On this week's Cityscape, we hit the streets in search of vintage.

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In today's economic climate, knowing how to manage money effectively and make well-informed financial decisions is critical for everyone. As part of WFUV’s Strike a Chord campaign on financial literacy, this week's show is all about money matters.

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Daylight saving time ends tomorrow at 2 AM in the U.S, which means Americans will turn their clocks back one hour. On this week's show we’ll be exploring the clocks of New York City, as well as talking with a Brooklyn guy who makes watches using parts from vintage timepieces.

Direct download: cs11052011.mp3
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