Every Saturday morning, WFUV's Cityscape explores New York City in new and unique ways. We journey to fascinating places, like deep below Grand Central Terminal, and we meet interesting people, like a singing sanitation worker. But, we can't do any of it without listener support. Join us for Cityscape this Saturday morning for our usual exploration of the Big Apple, and to do your part for commercial-free, member-supported public radio, WFUV.

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New York City is a veritable feast for all senses. From its skyscrapers – to its street food – to its musical performances – there’s so much to see, hear, taste, smell and touch in the Big Apple. In fact, tourists often describe a visit here in two words -- "sensory overload." On this week's Cityscape, we’re exploring the five senses in a whole host of ways.

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New York City is known for doing things big – from its New Year’s Eve celebration to its Thanksgiving Day parade. So, perhaps it should come as no surprise that the city is home to several world record breakers, including the man who holds the world record for holding the most world records. On this week's Cityscape, we're talking with world record breakers who call New York City home.

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If you want to transport yourself to a place much more exotic or mysterious than New York City, you can most certainly achieve that goal through an expensive vacation. But, another way to immerse yourself in a foreign land is through a good book. From the state of independent booksellers to a Manhattan hotel with a library theme, this week's Cityscape is all about books.

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