"Don't get me wrong, he's a master of self promotion and marketing, but Banksy is all hype. I'm going to check out the Robert Indiana exhibit at the Whitney." -Melinda Woehrle
"I'm just going to walk around and eat," said Lee Hernandez, newsroom producer, on this weekend's Smorgasburg food festival in Williamsburg and DUMBO.
Some schools in New Jersey are strikingly segregated, according to two new reports.
Need something to do this weekend? Our staff picks include watching a weekly game of all women's flag football in Prospect Park.
Here is a sampling of the events our colleagues are checking out around town this weekend.
Here are some of the events around town that WNYC staff members recommend this weekend.
Al Jazeera America launched Tuesday with the promise of a more serious approach to news reporting aimed at U.S. television viewers. But the 24-hour news network, originally started by the Emir of Qatar in 1996, has some obvious challenges in America.
Here are some tips from WNYC staff members on what to do this weekend.
The WNYC staff is busy this weekend and you can check out some of the events they recommend around town and beyond.
Check out some of the recommendations for weekend activities from the WNYC staff.
As temperatures continued to hover in the mid-90s for a sixth day Friday, Con Ed set a new all-time record for electric usage.
Stay cool with some of our cool staff members' weekend activities.
Beat the heat with some events that WNYC staff members are checking out this weekend.
Looking for something to do on this humid holiday weekend? Check out some suggestions from our colleagues at WNYC.
Richard Hake fills in for Leonard. Justin Davidson, New York magazine’s architecture critic, discusses Mayor Bloomberg’s plans for the city’s waterfront. We’ll find out about Hitchcock’s earliest films. Lidia Bastianich looks at how immigrants and others celebrate independence in America. And Please Explain is all about sinkholes!
New York Public Radio staff members provide some weekly picks on the arts and leisure activities around town.
It's Father's Day weekend and the New York Public Radio staff has some picks that will have you covered with dad when it comes to art, music, food and sports.
A mix of Chinese and Jewish cultures and a gay pride festival are some of the events the WNYC staff recommends for this weekend.
“Residents should be aware that you could see rapid flooding, especially in the vulnerable areas.”
New York City Fire Commissioner Sal Cassano says human error is behind a delay in getting an ambulance to the scene of a car accident that resulted in the death of a 4-year-old girl on the Upper West Side earlier this week.