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Robert Hammond, Co-Founder Friends Of The High Line

Friday, February 14, 2014

From Scratch Host Jessica Harris talks with Robert Hammond, Co-Founder of Friends of the High Line, an organization that pioneered the transformation of an abandoned elevated train line into a public space about 1.5 miles long on Manhattan's west side in New York City.

Harris also speaks with Peter Manning, who launched his own clothing company to focus on men 5'8″ and under.

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