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Radio Free Gowanus was a pop-up radio station broadcasting during the Gowanus Open Studios, Oct. 18-19, 2014 and is now an occasional podcast. Preferring creative commons licensed material and shows produced by the station itself in collaboration with local Gowanus artists and residents, Radio Free Gowanus celebrates free culture, free speech, and the importance of community. RFG broadcasted on FM band and online for ~35 hours straight during the Gowanus Open Studios 2014. Many people stoppe ...
 
New York City, 2064. From the crowded shores of Hell's Kitchen Sink to the semi-submerged office towers of TriBeCa Bay, life is a lot like how you remember it: The subway still smells, your job still sucks, and no, that guy you went on a date in the cloud with last week still hasn’t returned your jab.How do we know so much about our not-too-distant future? It’s all thanks to a wormhole in the Gowanus Canal and an experimental NSA program designed to wiretap said wormhole (because hey, it’s w ...
 
Writer and creative Terri Linton explores and dissects the resilient journeys of women. She talks with writers, artists, entrepreneurs, business executives, educators, lawyers, activists, health and wellness experts, and more about their stories of adversity, resiliency and transformation. This podcast is for women who are determined to push through the tough times and strive to live their best lives.
 
Hi Friends! Hello Explorers! We are excited to have you join our podcast community. Come along as we explore the city between the city and catch glimpses of New York’s lost, forgotten and unexpected history. The City Between Podcast puts New York City and its history in your hands. Instead of another boring recitation of facts and dates, these exciting “steps” through New York’s streets brings the city’s history to life through storytelling and a close look at its often hidden features. Alon ...
 
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The City Between Podcast explores the hidden and unexpected corners of New York City history. This is a bonus episode reviewing "King Cuomo Sandwiches", the food required to go without alcoholic beverages in outdoor dining during pandemic and its historic connections. Bon Appetit! Theme music by Dylan Thurston (www.dylanthurston.com) and more info …
 
This is the City Between Podcast where we explore the hidden and forgotten corners of New York City history. In this episode we travel into Crown Heights Brooklyn in search of a lost civilization devoted to elaborate Moorish fantasy: The Shriners and their beautiful Kismet Temple. Join us as we search for their beginnings from the Arabian Peninsula…
 
The City Between Podcast explores the hidden and unexpected corners (and canals) of New York history. Come with us in search of a rare specimen: the Gowanus oyster as we travel down the filthy canal and back in time... Theme music by Dylan Thurston (www.dylanthurston.com) and more information about the episode at www.citybetween.com.…
 
In the City Between Podcast we explore the hidden and unexpected corners of New York City's history. In this bonus episode we visit part of a chapter of Washington Irving's "A History of New York" (read aloud) where the early Dutch settlers are washed ashore in Manhattan for the first time, eat oysters, pass out and dream of St. Nicholas flying ove…
 
The City Between Podcast explores the hidden and unexpected corners of New York City history. Come join us as we go in search of the secret origin of New York City's night life... the oyster? Of course we mention Washington Irving and even a young partying George Washington and lots more... Find out more about this episode and others at www.citybet…
 
The City Between Podcast explores the hidden and forgotten corners of New York City history. In this episode we go in search of Sandy Ground, a disappeared oystering community on Staten Island. Settled by Free African Americans it grew into one of the most remarkable villages in the New York bay and owed its long existence to one of our most remark…
 
City Between is the podcast that explores the hidden and forgotten corners of New York City history. In this episode we solve a mystery of the oldest relic of our region's civilization - the ancient oyster. Our amazing music was composed by Dylan Thurston (find our more at dylanthurston.com) and more about the episode at citybetween.com.…
 
There are over 1 million senior citizens living in New York City today. Already vulnerable to COVID-19, the elderly are also affected by the city shut down in unique ways. Many seniors rely on city services for recreation, health monitoring, and free meals. But volunteer organizations are filling the gaps. Megan Cattel reports.…
 
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