New Yorkers had a range of reactions to 9/11; some decided to leave the city in the weeks and months after the attacks, others felt the need to stay. We’ll speak with musicians Laurie Anderson, Joan Osborne, and Dar Williams about how they felt about 9/11 and their decisions to either keep living here or to move away.
We’ll also take calls from listeners, share your story below!
Joan Osborne performs live in our studio, and discusses her career and song cycle Love and Hate—a theatrical multimedia experience that combines music, dance, and film. She's performing Love and Hate in the Allen Room at Lincoln Center on February 4th.
We celebrate the 40th anniversary of New York magazine! Also: singer/songwriter Joan Osborne on her new album, “Little Wild One." A look at the work of modernist patiner Harold Weston. And, philanthropist Edgar Bronfman calls for a reinvigorated American Judaism. He says a more celebratory and hopeful religious life will ...
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