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Tuesday, June 01, 2010

PATH/Port Authority Trans-Hudson Christopher Street Station/originally Hudson & Manhattan Railroad entrance, 137 Christopher St., bet Hudson and Greenwich Sts. N Side. 1912 PATH/Port Authority Trans-Hudson Christopher Street Station/originally Hudson & Manhattan Railroad entrance, 137 Christopher St., bet Hudson and Greenwich Sts. N Side. 1912

The American Institute of Architects Guide to New York City has just been released. We’ll talk about some of the New York City gems detailed in the latest edition. Then, we’ll look at the legal rights dead people have—some of which may surprise you. Also, Arthur Japin discusses his new novel, Director's Cut. And, Alfred Molina and Eddie Redmayne on starring in the new play "Red." Plus, two of the stars of the play "Gabriel."

AIA Guide to New York City

New York City is full of architectural gems.

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Legally Dead

You may not be able to take the things you owned in life with you when you die, but in United States the dead can still exert control over their property. And, the legal rights of the dead are growing!

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Director's Cut

In Arthur Japin’s new novel, Director’s Cut, a Dutch actor and actress travel to 1970s Rome in hopes of finding their big break.

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"Red"

John Logan’s new play “Red” looks at the artistic process of abstract expressionist Mark Rothko.

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"Gabriel"

Moira Buffini’s award winning play “Gabriel” is set around the German occupation of the Channel Islands during World War II- a largely forgotten moment in British history.

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Leonard's Questions: Lisa Emery

Lisa Emery told us she was a fan of the Guggenheim Museum and more after appearing on The Leonard Lopate Show.

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Leonard's Questions: Zach Grenier

Zach Grenier appeared on The Leonard Lopate Show to talk about his favorite books, movies and more!

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