Should you let strangers sit on your stoop? How old is too old to have roommates? Can Long Islanders be New Yorkers, too? We'll take questions and get answers from Jake Dobkin, publisher and co-founder of Gothamist, and the site's 'Ask a Native New Yorker' columnist, Brian and other natives on the phones about anything related to city life.
"You should not let somebody lounge and create a mess on your stoop, but if an old person needs to hang out that's okay." -- @jakedobkin— Brian Lehrer Show (@BrianLehrer) June 20, 2014
"If you were born in NYC but your parents moved to the suburbs when you were a toddler, can you call yourself a Native New Yorker?"— Brian Lehrer Show (@BrianLehrer) June 20, 2014