Cityscape: The Bronx Remembered

The Bronx has been experiencing a development boom in recent years with a number of projects sprouting up across the borough, from new hotels to shopping malls. But, it was only a few decades ago when arson fires, rampant crime and poverty made the borough a national symbol of urban decay.

On this week's Cityscape, we’re revisiting the Bronx in different eras.  We'll talk with author Avery Corman about his new memoir My Old Neighborhood Remembered, as well with Photographer Stephen Shames about his new book, Bronx Boys.  

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New York City is home to famous art collections like the ones at the MET and MoMA. But there’s something to be said about art that blends into the world around us. Here in New York City, art can be found pretty much around every corner, and even down the steepest set of stairs.  On this week's Cityscape, we’re exploring art scenes that live on our streets and in our underground -- from large murals that adorn the sides of buildings to mosaics that help to beautify the subway system. 

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For a lot of families this time of year is all about one thing -- tradition.  Many families have their own specific holiday traditions.  For some it’s visiting the tree at Rockefeller Center.  For others it’s cozying up around the fireplace to share stories, or sitting around the television to watch a favorite holiday movie. On this week's Cityscape, we’re focusing our attention on family, togetherness and tradition.

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When it comes to toys a lot of focus at this time of year is placed on the North Pole, where Santa and his army of elves are busily preparing to deliver gifts to kids around the world.  But, a lot of people much closer to home are equally committed to brightening the lives of children and adults with toys and games.  On this week's Cityscape, we’re talking with folks in the toy industry in New York City.

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Cityscape: The Essence of NYC Past and Present

New York City is the kind of town that people love, hate, love to hate, or simply put up with until they move on to a new location.  On this week's Cityscape we’re taking a look at two books that capture the essence of the New York of today and of a few decades back:  Terminal Bar: A Photographic Record of New York’s Most Notorious Watering Hole and Never Can Say Goodbye: Writers on Their Unshakable Love for New York.  

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While the holiday season is certainly a time to indulge in delectable desserts, you will never have a problem satisfying your sweet tooth at any time of the year in New York City.  The Big Apple is full of amazing bakers and other dessert makers.  On this week's Cityscape we're exploring the wonderful world of desserts in New York City, including interviews with some of the city's premier dessert makers.

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Cityscape: Comic Relief and Getting A Laugh in NYC

If you want a good laugh there are plenty of places in New York City to get one. On this episode of Cityscape we're looking at the origins of comedy in New York City, and just where to get a laugh in the Big Apple.

We're talking with the creator of a comedy stage show that tells the story of one man's lengthy struggle to make it as an actor in New York City while waiting tables, and hear about the successful efforts to get a street in Morningside Heights renamed after the late comedian George Carlin.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, suicide is the third leading cause of death for youth between the ages of 10 and 24. It results in about 4,600 lives lost each year.

On this special Strike a Chord program, WFUV's George Bodarky hosts a panel discussion at the BronxNet television studios at Lehman College. This program features the following suicide prevention experts:

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All Saints Day. It’s a day on which Catholics, Anglicans and some others celebrate all the saints, known and unknown.

All Saints Day has inspired us at Cityscape to put a show together with a “Saints” theme. This week, we'll talk with a Jesuit priest who knows all about the saints. Fr. James Martin is the author of the book, My Life with the Saints. We'll also hear about efforts to have the Brooklyn-born co-founder of the Catholic Worker Movement declared a saint, as well as bring you other Saint-related segments.

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Demystifying Death

It’s a topic that a lot of people don’t like to think about.  But, death is an inevitable reality.

Attitudes toward death and dying have changed through the ages, and they continue to evolve.  On this episode of Cityscape, we’re looking at death from different perspectives. We'll take a look at how death is treated in 19th century song, as well as pay a visit to the Morbid Anatomy Museum in Brooklyn.  The museum aims to demystify death with its exhibits and events.

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All About Elevators

New York is a city of high-rises – and the buildings here keep getting taller and taller as the years go by.  Have you seen the 90-story condo and hotel tower that went up on West 57th Street in Manhattan?  That and every other skyscraper in the city would never have gotten off the ground if it weren’t for one invention – the elevator.

Without that technological innovation buildings would have likely been stunted at around 6 floors.  On this episode of Cityscape, we're delving into the history of the elevator with the founder of the Elevator Historical Society in Long Island City, Queens. We''ll also be bringing you a couple of other elevator-related segments.  

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Sex and Intimacy

Attitudes toward sex have no doubt changed over the years, and they continue to evolve. Perhaps no-one knows that better Shirley Zussman.  She’s a sex therapist on Manhattan’s Upper East Side who’s been practicing for a long, long time. More than 50 years in fact. 

On this episode of Cityscape, we're focusing on the more intimate side of our lives.  The program will feature an interview with the 100-year-old Shirley Zussman, as well as a visit to Manhattan's Museum of Sex and a look into the history of lingerie. The Museum at FIT currently features an exhibit on the topic.  

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Cityscape: The Other Side of 39

40 under 40 lists – a lot of publications put them together to shine a spotlight on young people who are making a significant impact in various fields, from travel to politics.  But, what happens when your age pushes passed the 40 mark?

 A survey recently caught our attention that looked at the over 40 dating scene in New York City.  Which inspired us to put together a show focusing on life on the other side of 39. On this episode of Cityscape, we'll delve into that survey, as well as talk with one of the founding members of a group called Dancers Over 40, and we’ll check in with a 51-year-old Harlem man who says you’re never too old to have roommates.  He shares his apartment with two of them.

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NYC From a Tour Guide's Perspective

It’s easy to get lost in a big city like New York. But sometimes wrong turns can lead you to hidden gems.

On this episode of Cityscape, we’re talking with a man who’s made a career out of exploring the ins and outs of New York City -- urban historian and tour guide Justin Ferate.  He celebrates the nooks and crannies of the Big Apple with specialized walking tours where every borough gets time in the spotlight.

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The skyline at sunset, street musicians in Central Park...New York City is full of things that make people happy. That’s why recent headlines that labeled the Big Apple the “unhappiest” city in the nation caught us by surprise.  On this week's Cityscape, we’re getting to the bottom of those headlines with a co-author of that study, as well as exploring things that make people :) in New York City.

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Cityscape: In the Kitchen
New York City is a culinary melting pot.  Here you’ll find all kinds of foods and dishes -- whether it’s fresh produce from a green market or internationally inspired cuisine.  We’re heading into the kitchen -- literally and figuratively. On this episode of Cityscape, we get advice on cooking in a small kitchen -- something a lot of New Yorkers regularly have to do. We also crack open a new cookbook with greenmarket recipes from some of the city’s finest chefs and visit The Entrepreneur Space, a commercial kitchen in Queens. Bon appetit!
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Labor Day weekend is upon us.. Some people will soak up the last rays of summer at the beach, while others will spend time getting ready for a new school year.  Coming up on this week's Cityscape, we’ll be honoring the true meaning of the holiday, by recognizing workers in odd, dangerous and unique jobs.

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New York City is classic, but ahead of the curve at the same time. In the city that never sleeps, people are constantly thinking up ideas that change our everyday lives. On this week's show, we’re focusing our attention on inventions and the minds behind them, as well as getting some advice on how to turn that great idea into a marketable product. 

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Cityscape: Haunted NYC

It’s a summer ritual for a lot of people. Head out into the woods, pitch a tent, and tell ghost stories around a campfire. On this episode of Cityscape, we’re telling New York City ghost stories, albeit without a campfire…

This morning, we’re bringing you ghost stories. A still present artist Marcel Duchamp reportedly haunts a downtown apartment, the Merchant's House Museum experiences its fair share of the paranormal, and Dan Sturges is here to explain paranormal investigations of all sorts. 

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Cityscape: Urban Appetites of Yesteryear

New York City is home to thousands of restaurants and grocery stores, catering to every style of eater from the tame to the adventurous. With so many different cultural options to choose from, it’s no wonder New Yorkers have such a varied palette.

On this episode of Cityscape, we’re talking to three New Yorkers who think outside the box when it comes to food: a historic gastronomist who samples the eats of the pioneers, an urban forager who sees the park as a produce section, and the author of Urban Appetites: Food and Culture in 19th Century New York.

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Cityscape: Dog Days

Most of us are familiar with the phrase the dog days of summer. It of course, refers to the hottest and muggiest stretch of the season.  

Despite what you may think. we’re not going to devote the next half hour to the weather. Instead, we’re using the Dog Days of Summer to talk about...well...dogs.

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Cityscape: NYC in Film

Summertime is synonymous with many things, the beach, barbeques, baseball, and something that doesn’t start with a B – movies.  Hollywood is known for releasing some of its biggest and most expensive films of the year during the summer.  On this episode of Cityscape, we’re rollingwith a movies theme, including a look at a top 20 list of the best New York City films of all time.

On this episode, Professor Jeffrey Wisotsky gives a list of the "Greatest films that feature New York City":
  1. The Godfather, directed by Francis Ford Coppola
  2. The French Connection, directed by William Friedkin
  3. Midnight Cowboy, directed by John Schlesinger
  4. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, directed by Joseph Sargent
  5. Serpico, directed by Sidney Lumet
  6. Marty, directed by Delbert Mann
  7. The Wanderers, directed by Philip Kaufman
  8. A Bronx Tale, directed by Robert De Niro
  9. Taxi Driver, directed by Martin Scorsese 
  10. Mean Streets, directed by Martin Scorsese
  11. Goodfellas, directed by Martin Scorsese
  12. Manhattan, directed by Woody Allen
  13. Annie Hall, directed by Woody Allen
  14. The Naked City, directed by Jules Dassin
  15. Do The Right Thing, directed by Spike Lee
  16. Wild Style, directed by Charlie Ahern
  17. The Warriors, directed by Walter Hill
  18. After Hours, directed by Martin Scorsese
  19. Saturday Night Fever, directed by John Badham
  20. West Side Story, directed by Jerome Robbins and Robert Wise



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Cityscape: The World of Beekeeping in NYC

When you think of wildlife in New York City, what’s the first thing that comes to mind?  A lot of you might be thinking pigeons, or rats or perhaps squirrels.  But, what about bees? 

 The buzzing insects typically aren’t the creatures associated most with the Big Apple, but they still have quite the presence here.  Beekeeping has seen a rise in popularity in New York City in recent years, especially since the board of health legalized the practice in 2010.  On this week’s show, we’re exploring the wonderful world of bees in New York City. 

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Cityscape: Footprints in New York

If New York City streets could talk they probably would never shut up.  They would go on and on about tales of the people who came before us.  A new book explores the stories of many iconic New Yorkers dating back hundreds of years.  It’s calledFootprints in New York: Tracing the Lives of Four Centuries of New Yorkers.  The authors, James and Michelle Nevius, a husband and wife tour guide team, are our guests on this week's Cityscape.   

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New York is a city obsessed with real estate.  When it comes to celebrities, we’re intrigued to find out who lives where, and marvel at the high prices they paid for their apartments.  We love to catch a glimpse inside the windows of historic townhouses or high priced co-ops on 5th Avenue.  We want to know how much rent our friends or colleagues are shelling out for that one bedroom in Willamsburg, and perhaps more importantly how’d they manage to snag such a sweet apartment.

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Strike A Chord: A Greener New York City
New York is often referred to as the concrete jungle. The paved and developed landscape offers plenty of advantages to its residents. But, there’s a lot to be said for having access to green spaces as well. Not only are trees, flowers, and other plantlife easy on the eyes, they’re important components of a healthy and balanced ecosystem.
As part of our Strike a Chord campaign, WFUV’s been featuring public service announcements, news stories, and programming, highlighting the efforts of community gardeners and others working to green the Metropolitan region. In this one hour special, we'll hear from: 
  • Steve Frillman of the Green Guerillas
  • Deborah Martin is the Executive Director of the New York Restoration Project
  • Shalini Beath is the deputy director of Million Trees NYC
  • Ursula Chance, Director of Bronx Green-up, the New York Botanical Garden's community outreach program
  • Jason Alosio, a PhD candidate of biology, and urban ecologist. He's the founder of St. Rose's Garden at Fordham
  • Lisa Fabish of Pleasant Villiage community garden in East Harlem



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In case you didn't know, summer officially arrived June 21, 2014 at 6:51 am EST. After the brutal winter we had, we couldn't let this moment go by unnoticed, so this edition of Cityscape has a summer theme.  We'll find out why New York City is a whole lot hotter than the surrounding suburbs in the summertime, check in with some frisbee enthusiasts in Central Park, and find out what it takes to keep Central Park's lawns pristine despite the heat and wear and tear of the summer months.

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When you think of a monk, you might picture a quiet man tucked away in the isolated wilderness, shrouded in mystery.  But on this week's Cityscape, we’re bringing you the "Urban Monk," whose monastery on Manhattan's Lower East Side is anything but secluded.  Gadadhara Pandit Dasa joins us to talk about his new book Urban Monk: Exploring Karma, Consciousness and the Divine.

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It’s a scene we’ve seen countless times in the movies and on television.  A woman is walking down the street and is catcalled by a group of men working on a nearby construction site.  It’s typically portrayed as a laughing matter, but that kind of behavior is rooted in a much more serious issue. 

On this week's Cityscape, we’re taking a close look at the issue of street harassment.

Our panelists include:


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Scammers come at us from all angles.  They target us on the street, on the internet, and pretty much everywhere in between.  On this week’s Cityscape, we’re exploring scams in New York City, from a Craigslist rental scam to a psychic reading rip-off.

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Some of them are tasked with helping us find our way around.   Others are charged with telling us what to do or not to do to keep us safe.  And some of them are in the business of trying to persuade us to buy something. We're talking about signs. On this week's Cityscape, we’re exploring the history and impact of signage in New York City.

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If you live or work in New York City, you’ve definitely passed them on the street. Maybe you’ve even hung around to listen to them, or pitched a dollar into one of their instrument cases. Whether underground, in the park, or on the sidewalk, buskers are a way of New York City life.  On this week's Cityscape, we're delving into the world of buskers in New York City, from a 12-year-old cellist to a woman who plays the saw.

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Mother's Day

Tomorrow is Mother’s Day -- a time to honor the women in our lives who’ve loved and nurtured us through the years. A lot of us will do that with a greeting card -- perhaps one with a pretty picture of a flower on the cover and a poignant saying inside. But, what if moms had the chance to write their own greetings? In honor of Mother’s Day, we asked some moms to write and share their personal essays about motherhood.

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In a big city like New York, it’s easy to fall through the cracks.  On this week's Cityscape we have stories of things lost and found, from lip balm to pets.  We’ll also visit New York City Transit's lost property unit, and a Brooklyn beach that's a treasure trove of interesting items.

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Every week WFUV's Cityscape brings you stories about the people, places, and spirit of New York. It's our own weekly love letter to this great city.  In conjunction with WFUV's Spring membership drive, we’ve prepared some of our favorite segments about the fascinating places we’ve explored and interesting characters we’ve met along the way, from the woman who runs a troll museum on Manhattan's Lower East Side to the volunteers who ring the bells in the tower of Trinity Church in Lower Manhattan.

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A mask is a barrier between ourselves and the world. It conceals our identity and can free us in some way from our societal restrictions.  Think about how liberated people sometimes feel on Halloween.  On this week's Cityscape, we’re talking about masks, and our fascination with them.  We'll look at how masks are created and used in performance, as well as why some people wear metaphorical masks every day to protect themselves.

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At last, the weather is starting to warm up, providing more of an incentive to get out for a walk, or maybe even a bike ride.  On this week’s Cityscape, we’ll talk with a guy on a path to walk every street in New York City, and another guy who biked his way from Brooklyn to Hudson Falls – 500 miles away.  Tales from that journey are captured in a new book -- Conversations on the Hudson: An Englishman bicycles five hundred miles through the Hudson Valley, meeting artists and craftspeople along the way.

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False accusations cover a wide spectrum. Maybe someone has mistaken you for a celebrity, or maybe someone spread a rumor about you. But some false accusations have long and lasting consequences.  On this week's Cityscape, we’re exploring the most extreme types of false accusations -- those that result in wrongful imprisonment.

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A lot of research has been conducted over the years on the risks and benefits of being on either side of the height spectrum.  For example, studies have shown that taller people score slightly higher on IQ tests than shorter people, and are more likely to be bitten by bugs than their vertically-challenged counterparts.  On the other hand, research shows short people are more likely to outlive their taller peers, but are still at a greater risk of developing heart disease.  On this week's Cityscape, we’re exploring what it’s like to be tall and short in New York City.  Our guests include the president of the Tall Club of New York City and Peter Manning, the founder of a Brooklyn-based clothing line for men 5'8" and under.  We'll also talk with Joshua Fischer with Snap Interactive, maker of the on-line dating site about a survey that shows short men in New York City have trouble finding dates. And we'll hear from Olivier Rabbath, an artist and shoemaker from Brooklyn, who makes shoes for super large feet.

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Finding Wall Street on a map wouldn’t be too hard for most New Yorkers, but pinpointing Humphrey Bogart Place might prove to be a challenge. The city is filled with honorofic street names.  On this week’s Cityscape we’ll talk with a guy who took it upon himself to catalog the more than 1500 honorofic street names in the city, as well as explore what it takes to get a street co-named in the Big Apple.  We'll also delve into the meaning behind some of the city's oldest street names and hear about some street names that are now extinct. 

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We've all heard the phrase "time heals all wounds," but sometimes it's better to take responsibility and just say "I'm sorry."  On this week's Cityscape, we're looking at apologies and their restorative powers.  How and when should we apologize?  And is it ever too late?

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What do the Bee Gees, waterbeds, and pet rocks all have in common?  How about platform shoes, The Hustle, and Rocky Horror Picture Show?  They were all popular in the 1970s.  On this week's Cityscape, we’re exploring New York City in the 70s -- the photography, the music, and the fashion.  But it wasn’t all disco and bell bottoms –  the city experienced rampant crime and was on the brink of financial disaster too.  We'll explore that side of 1970s NYC as well. 

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Catherine “Kitty” Genovese is known most commonly for the circumstances surrounding her death. She was brutally attacked and killed in the courtyard of her building in Kew Gardens, Queens one March night 50 years ago.  Her murder crystallized a new psychological concept known as the bystander effect.  Thirty-eight people reportedly witnessed the attack and did nothing to help. But is that really how things played out on March 13th, 1964?  Kevin Cook says not exactly.  He's the author of a new book called Kitty Genovese: The Murder, the Bystanders, the Crime that Changed America.  Cook is our guest on this week's Cityscape.

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Glazed, sprinkled, frosted or plain – we all have a preference. Do you indulge once a day or save it for special occasions? Do you dunk it in coffee or eat it with a fork and knife?

On this week’s Cityscape we’re paying tribute to the donut, and exploring its long history in New York City.

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On Monday February 17th we celebrate the birthdays of two of the most famous US Presidents. George Washington turns 282 this month, and honest Abe turns 205. You might not know it, but both presidents have historical roots right here in New York City. On this week's Cityscape, we’re celebrating Presidents Day by exploring moments of presidential history that took place in our own backyard.

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This week we’re bringing you some of the best of Cityscape as we launch into WFUV’s Winter membership drive. The show will feature a bunch of our all-time favorite segments, including a must-hear piece about a singing sanitation worker and a visit to an exotic bird garden in Manhattan's Chinatown. Happy Listening!

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Sunday is Groundhog Day, and the nation will watch as Punxsutawney Phil emerges to predict the coming of Spring before diving back underground. New York City’s underground looks a little different from a groundhog’s burrow -- with miles of tunnels and infrastructure that lie deep beneath the city’s surface. On this week's Cityscape, we’re headed underground to explore the New York that exists just beneath our feet, from subway tunnels to buried historical treasures.

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New York is home to a lot of survivors; big and small. So it’s no surprise that a super weather resistant cockroach has found its way to the Big Apple. The non-native species was recently discovered on the elevated park in Lower Manhattan known as the High Line. That finding got us thinking about other survivors that live among us. On this week's Cityscape, we're talking with folks who’ve endured extreme circumstances and lived to tell about them.

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Handmade products are held in high esteem New York City, even in the midst of a society obsessed with efficiency and technology. An object made by hand is the result of countless hours of practice and experimentation, it is the fruit of someone’s labor and it comes from the heart of its creator. On this week's Cityscape, we’re getting our hands dirty, talking to local artisans and craftspeople who dedicate themselves to creating with their bare hands.

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New York City has put out its fair share of Hollywood stars over the years, from Lauren Bacall, who was born in the city on September 16th, 1924, to Matthew Broderick, who came into this world on March 21st, 1962. And then there is Barbara Stanwyck. The screen legend was born Ruby Stevens in Brooklyn on July 16th, 1907. Coming up on this week's Cityscape, we'll talk with Victoria Wilson, the author of a massive new biography on Stanwyck. It's called A Life of Barbara Stanwyck: Steel-True 1907-1940.

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New York City is known for being a loud, bustling city. You can walk down any street and hear sirens, car horns, music and people talking about pretty much anything. But, coming up on this edition of Cityscape, we’re turning down the volume, by focusing on events in New York City where silence is key, including a silent dining experience in Brooklyn.

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