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Thursday, September 06, 2007

We begin a weekly series for the month of September on New York real estate with Lockhart Steele, publisher of the blog Curbed. Also, we get analysis of the Republican presidential debate as Fred Thompson makes his formal entrance into the race on TV and on the web; a civil liberties group issues a critical report about the NYPD's civilian complaint system; and Farm Aid comes to the Big Apple.

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Lockhart Steele

Complaining About the Police Complaints System

The New York Civil Liberties Union just issued a report that criticized the NYPD's Civilian Complaint Review Board. NYCLU executive director Donna Lieberman, and the report's author Bob Perry, explain their critique. Then Franklin Stone, chair of the CCRB, defends her organization. Finally, Julie L. Schwartz, assistant commissioner of the ...

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Street Value

Lockhart Steele, publisher of the weblog Curbed, talks New York real estate every Thursday in September. This week, has New York escaped the national housing slump?

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Farming and The Big Apple

The annual Farm Aid benefit concert takes place on New York’s Randall’s Island on Sunday. Ted Quaday, Farm Aid's Program Director, and Bergen County farmer Ron Binaghi III, talk about why family farms matter in New York.

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Fox's Forum

Last night was a big night for the Republican presidential candidates. Fred Thompson was on NBC's Tonight Show, and the rest of the candidates debated on Fox. Steve Kornacki, columnist for the New York Observer, and WNYC reporter Andrea Bernstein, pick the highlights and the low points of the night.

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Bernstein and Kornacki




Bernstein and Kornacki

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WNYC reporter Andrea Bernstein and New York Observer columnist Steve Kornacki offer analysis of the Republican presidential candidates, including newcomer Fred Thompson, ...

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Binaghi and Quaday




Binaghi and Quaday

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Ron Binaghi the 3rd, who operates Stokes Farm in Bergen County, and Farm Aid's Program Director Ted Quaday discuss the importance of ...

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Lockhart Steele




Lockhart Steele

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Curbed publisher Lockhart Steele joins us every Thursday this month to discuss real estate. He listened to a caller suggesting that NYC has ...

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Julie Schwartz




Julie Schwartz

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Julie L. Schwartz, assistant commissioner of the NYPD's Advocate's office, comments on the NYCLU criticism of the CCRB on the Brian ...

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