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Thursday, June 11, 2009

We kick off our new series, Food in the City—about reinterpreting and adapting recipes for New York City living—with chef Michael Lomonaco. Then, we’ll talk about the highs and lows of being a dad with the editor of, and contributors to, a new anthology about fatherhood. Plus, our latest Underreported segments.

RSVP to the Lopate Show’s Projections screening of "Parting Glances" on June 16th at WNYC’s Greene Space here: projections@wnyc.org

Food in the City: Reinterpreting Recipes with Michael Lomonaco

Let's face it: life in the city can be difficult, but one of the things that makes it better is food! And we're not just talking about comfort food - there’s street food, farmers markets, fancy food, and the food you cook in your own kitchen (no matter how small!). ...

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The Book of Dads

Ben George, editor of The Book of Dads: Essays on the Joys, Perils, and Humiliations of Fatherhood, and contributors Jim Shepard and Darin Strauss on the seminal fatherhood experiences that have helped them figure out what it means to be a good dad.

Event: Ben George and other ...

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Underreported: Increasing Violence Against the Roma

On this week’s first Underreported, we look at why the economic downturn has resulted in an increase in violence against Europe’s Roma, particularly in Italy, where the government has passed more restrictive policies regarding the Roma. Joining us to describe the violence against Roma communities are Isabela Minalache, ...

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Underreported Update: White-Nose Syndrome

Bat populations across North America have been decimated by White-Nose Syndrome, caused by a relatively unknown fungus that grows on the bats' faces and noses. We last told you about the disease on Underreported in October, but now that the hibernation season for most North American bats is ...

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