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Monday, December 15, 2008

When the sun goes down in New York -- fry cooks, train conductors, cabbies, radio hosts and thousands of others keep the city running until morning. Get a glimpse of what life is like for New Yorkers who work the night shift! But first: a look at Canada's current political crisis, and why the governing Conservative Party may be voted out soon. Also, hear the humorous side of having a sleepwalking disorder.

Canada's Constitutional Crisis

Many Americans may not know it, but our neighbor to the north, Canada, may be in the middle of a constitutional crisis. The governing Conservative Party may be on the brink of being voted out by the opposition! Adam Radwanski is a member of the Globe and Mail’s ...

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Sleepwalk With Me

Standup comedian Mike Birbiglia knew he had to get help for his sleepwalking disorder when he jumped from a window and starting running on his motel lawn at 3:00 am, all while asleep. His monologue about his life with the disorder is "Sleepwalk With Me," now ...

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Religious Thriller

Larry Beinhart’s new legal thriller, Salvation Boulevard, tells the story of a born-again Christian private eye who takes on the case of a Muslim suspected of murdering his atheist professor.

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NYC on the Nightshift

When the sun goes down in New York, fry cooks, train conductors, cabbies, radio hosts and thousands of others keep the city running until morning. We get a glimpse of what life is like for New Yorkers who work the night shift. Russell Leigh Sharman, Cheryl Harris, and photographer

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