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Steve Zeitlin

Steve Zeitlin appears in the following:

People's Hall of Fame: NYC Radio

Friday, November 30, 2012

Steve Zeitlin, executive director of City Lore, a non-profit that produces programs and publications that convey the richness of New York City's cultural heritage, Bob Fass, WBAI DJ credited with inventing free form radio, and Phil Schaap, WKCR Jazz host and 2012 inductee, talk about the radio pioneers being inducted into City Lore's People's Hall of Fame.

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New York's "Underground Economy"

Friday, November 20, 2009

Making a living has never been easy for subway musicians but some say it's only getting tougher. Some buskers are striking up deals with corporate sponsors. Others complain that transit police have been cracking down on performers. Today, we get several views on New York’s “underground economy.”

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Home of Hip Hop

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Steve Zeitlin, executive director of City Lore, and Patricia Chin, owner of VP Records, talk about the West Indian roots of hip hop. Plus, DJ Kool Herc on the early days of hip hop in New York.

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Lost City

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Steve Zeitlin executive director of City Lore and co-author of Hidden New York: A Guide to Places That Matter, and Brooks of Sheffield, the pseudonym of the author of the Lost City blog, offer a postmortem of the local establishments lost in 2008.

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Losing Ground

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Astroland, Yankee Stadium, and Café La Fortuna are among the many New York City landmarks that closed down this year. Steve Zeitlin executive director of City Lore and Brooks of Sheffield, the author of the Lost City blog, offer a post-mortem of the local landmarks and institutions lost in 2008. ...

Building Up The Bowery

Friday, December 21, 2007

Steve Zeitlin, Executive Director of City Lore, walks us through the past, present and future of the mile-long strip. Plus, James Macklin, who used to live on the streets of the area and is now Director of Outreach for the Bowery Mission.

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