What We're Reading: Reporter's Round-Up

Monday, February 13, 2012

See what general assignment reporter Kathleen Horan is reading this morning.

  • The New York Times reports elderly in a Bronx nursing home are making music with the help of Carnegie Hall musicians.
  • A newstand in Chinatown that has been there 35 years is now in threat of being torn down after the Department of Transportation claimed it was three inches too close to the building it faces, according to the New York Post.

  • The Daily News profiles one of two agencies given contracts by the city to help twenty-something and teen minority with below-8th grade reading levels as part of Mayor Michael Bloomberg's Young Men's Initiative. 


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James Leslie from montclair, nj

I was curious about that article you mentioned about the super fund site in the Iron-bound section of Newark. I'm unemployed and if things work out would re-subscribe as a supporting member of wnyc.(:

Feb. 14 2012 10:06 AM

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