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Thursday, April 03, 2008

John Solomon has been training himself in the art of emergency preparedness. He joins us every Thursday in April to discuss how New Yorkers can best plan for and react to unexpected crises. Plus, legal experts weigh in on what we can expect next from the Sean Bell police trial. And: what’s so wrong with napping at work?

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John Solomon

The Prosecution Rests

Eugene O'Donnell, professor of law and police science at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Errol Louis, columnist for the Daily News, and civil rights attorney Norman Siegel talk about the latest in the trial of the officers charged in the Sean Bell shooting.

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Congestion Pricing: Opposition in the Assembly

New York State Assemblyman Michael Benjamin (D-79th-The Bronx) discusses the fate of the congestion pricing plan in the Assembly.

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Are You Ready?

John Solomon at WNYC John Solomon is writing a book about emergency preparedness, and in the process has trained and certified himself to be a member of New York City’s Community Emergency Response Team ...

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Nap Strategies

What's so wrong with napping at work? Today we kick off an interactive project to see if our listener's can get a bit more sleep during the day. We also discuss the benefits of napping with Janet Rhew of Metronaps and Camille Anthony of The Napping ...

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Queens Wages

Terrence Martell, director of the Weissman Center for International Business at Baruch College, and Andrew Beveridge, chair at the sociology department at Queens College and the man behind the Gotham Gazzette's demographics column, discuss a new study that shows that wages in Queens rose at one ...

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Recession-Proof Jobs

John Challenger, CEO of Challenger, Gray & Christmas, an out-placement firm based in Chicago, offers pointers on picking a "recession-proof" career.

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