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Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Manhattan Manhattan, taken from the Empire State Observatory (Roger Bits/flickr)

How has your community changed in the last 10 years?  Today begins the series, “Your Anecdotal Census” -- a county-by-county people’s history of the NYC area from 2000 to 2010.  Up first: Manhattan, with Borough President Scott Stringer  and CUNY professors John Mollenkopf and Ramona Hernandez.  Plus, Dave Isay with StoryCorps interviews on motherhood; and Michael Lewis  on banking reform.

→ Series Launching Today! Your Anecdotal Census: See the Schedule and Find Your County

Michael Lewis on Banking Reform

Michael Lewis, author of The Big Short: Inside the Doomsday Machine, talks about financial reform efforts and Goldman Sachs.

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Your Anecdotal Census: The Schedule

As part of the 10 Questions that Count series, The Brian Lehrer Show is going county by county each Tuesday at 11am to tell the story of your neighborhood. Be sure to participate by adding your thoughts at your county's home page (links below). Here is the tentative on-air schedule.

May 4th: New York (Manhattan) | Listen!

May 11th: Bergen, NJ | Listen!

May 18th: Nassau, NY and Suffolk, NY | Listen!

May 25th: Kings (Brooklyn) | Listen!

June 1st: Essex, NJ | Listen!

June 8th: Fairfield, CT | Listen!

June 15thQueens | Listen!

June 22nd: Westchester, NY | Listen!

June 29th: Middlesex, NJ | Listen!

July 6th: Richmond (Staten Island) | Listen!

July 13th: Live in the Greene Space! Hudson, NJ | Listen!

July 22th: Rockland, NY | Listen!

July 27th: Bronx | Listen!

Aug 2nd: Dutchess and Putnam, NY | Union, NJ |  Morris, NJ | 

Misc:  Somerset, NJ | Monmouth, NJ | Ocean, NJ | Orange, NY | Passaic, NJ |All Other Counties|

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