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Monday, August 02, 2010
For more than 140 years, Hart Island, part of the Bronx, has served as Potter’s Field for New York, the city cemetery where the indigent, and others, are buried. Covering 101 acres in at the western end of Long Island Sound, the site is the final resting place for more than 800,000 souls and is the largest tax-funded cemetery in the world. New York City’s Department of Correction runs the island, and visitation is restricted to those who can document that a family member is buried there. Inmates from Rikers Island perform the work of clearing fields and burying the dead.
Artist Melinda Hunt has studied and chronicled the island for nearly 20 years, producing a book of photographs, a film documentary and a series of drawings of the dead, among other works. She has also used New York’s Freedom of Information Law to get public burial records from 1985 to 2007 and has made them available on The Hart Island Project website. WNYC spoke with Hunt about the history and mysteries of the island. An edited transcript:
Monday, July 26, 2010
More than 50 years after the Dodgers left Brooklyn, many in the borough still think of the lovable Bums as their team. Fans fondly recall the glory days of the 1955 World Series and legendary players like Jackie Robinson, Pee Wee Reese, Duke Snider, and a young Sandy Koufax. WNYC spoke with Michael Shapiro, author of "The Last Good Season: Brooklyn, the Dodgers, and Their Final Pennant Race Together," about the lasting appeal of a team that’s long gone. An edited transcript:
Wednesday, July 14, 2010
New York Yankees owner George Steinbrenner died on Tuesday morning after suffering a massive heart attack.
Tuesday, July 13, 2010
George M. Steinbrenner III, the bombastic Yankees owner who became known as "The Boss" for his iron-fisted management style, died Tuesday morning in Tampa, Fla. after suffering a massive heart attack. He was 80.
Wednesday, May 05, 2010
The term "weapons of mass destruction" has been around for decades, but it's become much more common in recent years, particularly since the run-up to the war in Iraq. (The American Dialect Society chose the phrase, and its abbreviation, WMD, as the 2002 Word of the Year.)
Friday, April 30, 2010
Awwwwww! Three cute new lion cubs, born at the Bronx Zoo on January 27, were introduced to the public on Friday. The male and two females, along with their mother Sukari and father M'wasi, can be seen at the zoo's African Plains habitat.
The Wildlife Conservation Society and ...
Thursday, April 08, 2010
Friday, February 26, 2010
Gov. David Paterson will not run for election this year, but insists he will serve out the remainder of his term in office.
Friday, February 26, 2010
New York, NY —
Gov. David Paterson will not run for election this year, but he insists he will serve out the remainder of his term in office.
The embattled governor, who faces allegations that he and the state police interfered with a domestic violence case against a longtime aide, ...
Thursday, February 25, 2010
The move follows a NYT story that questioned whether Paterson's administration interfered in a domestic violence incident.
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
New York, NY —
New York Gov. David Paterson has suspended a close aide and called for an investigation into his own administration, following a report by The New York Times that questioned whether Paterson exerted improper influence in trying to protect the aide and avoid political embarrassment.
The newspaper ...
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Admit it. When you saw that headline above, the word "strong" popped into your mind.
The Constitution requires the president to "from time to time give to the Congress information of the state of the union." George Washington made it an annual tradition. In recent years, through good times and ...
Friday, January 08, 2010
Employers continue to trim their payrolls, as evidenced by today’s Bureau of Labor Statistics report showing a loss of 85,000 jobs in December. But while one in ten Americans is now out of work, even those who have jobs say they are increasingly unhappy.
A report released earlier this week ...
Tuesday, January 20, 2009
WNYC's Ben Walker hopped on a Galapagos bus ferrying political pilgrims to the inauguration from New York City. He spoke with some of the passengers and has this to report.
Ann Schaetzel from Brooklyn was in DC for the Martin Luther King speech when she was 17 and is attending the inauguration to close the circle.