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Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi gives tips on how we can all learn to have great style – at any budget. Also: States of the Union is all about New Hampshire! Al and Larry Ubell answer your home repair questions. And to start us off: find out how Goldman Sachs has managed to survive the financial crisis so far.

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Isaac Mizrahi

The Making of Goldman Sachs

Hear about the history of Goldman Sachs, and how it’s managed to survive the financial crisis so far – even as other powerhouses like Lehman Brothers have flopped. Charles Ellis is author of The Partnership.

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How to Have Great Style

With the current economic troubles, many New Yorkers will have to learn how to become wise shoppers. Fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi gives tips on how we can all learn to have great style – at any budget. His new book is How to Have Style.

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States of the Union: New Hampshire

Find out what's on the minds of New Hampshire voters. Josh Rogers, a reporter for New Hamsphire Public Radio, tells us about the close Senate race there and why the Granite State is still up for grabs in the presidential election. Plus: how the change from straight-ticket voting ...

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The Gurus of How-To

The gurus of how-to, Al and Larry Ubell, answer your home repair questions! Call us at 212-433-9692 (212-433-WNYC) or leave a comment below.

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