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Five Things You Had to See Online This Week

Friday, April 17, 2015

A Sizzler promo from another galaxy and a Vanessa Carlton/Lil Jon mash-up win the internet this week.
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The Brian Lehrer Show

On the Building Inspection Corruption Scandal

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

50 people were arrested in a widespread corruption case involving buildings inspectors. Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance and Investigation Commissioner Mark Peters talk about the case. 

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The Brian Lehrer Show

The Battle Over the Domino Sugar Development

Friday, February 28, 2014

Mayor de Blasio is signalling that affordable housing is how he’s going to get New York City to be more equitable.

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WNYC: Hear the Latest on PCBs in Schools

Friday, September 23, 2011

The conversation on WNYC's "Leonard Lopate Show" was about PCBs and other environmental contamination problems in the city's older schools. You can listen in here.

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Niche Market | Welding Supplies

Wednesday, August 24, 2011


New York is a city of specialists from foodies to academics, laborers to shopkeepers. Every Wednesday, Niche Market takes a peek inside a different specialty store and showcases the city's purists who have made an art out of selling one commodity. Slideshow below.

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Look | An Illustrator Takes on All the City's Buildings

Friday, March 18, 2011

WITH PHOTOS. So far, professional illustrator James Gulliver Hancock, who runs the blog "All the Buildings in New York," has managed a respectable pace: he figures he's drawn about 500 buildings so far, or about 1-1/2 each day.

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Tenants Outraged Over Broken Elevators

Tuesday, April 21, 2009

Disabled tenants who live in New York City's public housing are filing a federal class action lawsuit to force the New York City Housing Authority to fix and maintain its elevators. The tenants say disability and human rights laws are being violated. Phyllis Gonzalez lives on the 12th floor of NYCHA Chelsea Houses and relies on a wheelchair. When elevators break, she says she's stranded in her apartment. As she spoke, she was interrupted by the sound of an alarm signaling that someone was stuck in the elevator. The doors opened moments later.

The elevator issue first drew public attention last August, when a five-year-old boy, Jacob Neuman, died trying to escape from a stalled elevator in his Brooklyn housing complex. Many residents say the problems are chronic, and Gonzalez notes it's especially hard for people who have health conditions.