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Winter Gardening; "The Armstrong Lie"; "La Soiree"; Top Science Stories of 2013

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Monday, December 30, 2013

Gerard Lordahl, director of the Open Space Greening Program at Grow NYC, gives us tips for caring for your house plants and gardens in the cold winter months. Alex Gibney talks about his latest documentary, “The Armstrong Lie.” We’ll talk to some of the stars of “La Soiree,” a new take on cabaret, sideshows, burlesque and variety shows. Discover magazine editor Gemma Tarlach discusses the top 10 science stories of 2013.

Gerard Lordahl on Winter Garden Care

Gerard Lordahl, Director, Open Space Greening Program at GrowNYC, answers questions about caring for plants and gardens over the winter!

Leave a question for Gerard! Or call us during the segment at 212-433-9692!


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Alex Gibney on "The Armstrong Lie"

Filmmaker Alex Gibney talks about his Oscar-shortlisted documentary, “The Armstrong Lie.” Throughout 2009, he followed Lance Armstrong on his celebrated comeback to professional cycling. The film looks at the doping revelations and how Armstrong could so effectively promote and protect such an elaborate lie.

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"La Soiree"

Brett Haylock, Ursula Martinez, and Le Gateau Chocolat, on their show, “La Soiree,” a hybrid of sideshow, vaudeville, and burlesque. “La Soiree” is playing at the Union Square Theatre.

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Top Science Stories of 2013

Gemma Tarlach, senior associate editor of Discover magazine, discusses the top 10 science stories of 2013, from new signs of life on Mars to the clash between technology and privacy.

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