Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Monday, February 17, 2014
A call-in segment with your descriptions of a warm day (remember those?) on this chilly Monday. Tell us about a really warm memory. Remember that feeling of taking your shoes off and walking barefoot on fresh green grass? Remember how it smells on the beach, that mixture of sunscreen and salty air? Tell us what a grill sounds like on the 4th of July. Let’s remember a warmer time. 212-433-WNYC. 212-433-9692. Describe what it feels, sounds and smells like when it's actually hot out.
Wednesday, January 29, 2014
"The thing is... no matter what the weather, they have to go outside and pee," says a dog walker from New Jersey.
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Monday, January 06, 2014
By Kathleen Horan : Reporter, WNYC News
Extra vans, staff and outreach for those most vulnerable to the bitter cold.
Thursday, January 03, 2013
There’s a commonly held belief here in New York City that January is, well, kind of lame. The holidays are over, it’s cold, and there’s nothing to do. Yet, surprisingly enough, when it comes to music, there’s more going on than one might expect. In less than two weeks, jazz and world artists will invade Manhattan for 2013's installments of Winter Jazzfest and Globalfest.
Monday, November 26, 2012
By Lulu Miller
It turns out these little flashing studs of flesh used to do something very specific (and useful!) for us. Lulu Miller explains how goose bumps used to protect us.
Friday, December 04, 2009
By Jenny Lawton
It’s official: Studio 360 has a cold. But I'm inspired by an odd and intriguing ad campaign for HALLS cough drops. It features snifflers proudly bearing their red noses and eyes, bravely trudging through the season.
Paul Elie, Jean Bethke Elshtain, and Robin Lovin — Moral Man and Immoral Society: Rediscovering Reinhold Niebuhr [remix]
Thursday, October 25, 2007
Thursday, January 29, 1987
Mayor Koch's "much better than doctors" recipe for a surefire cold remedy, the infamous Guggle Muggle. Delicious, "medically superb" and with a mysterious origin, it was passed on from mother to mother through generations untold. Don't forget the right dosage --if you can handle it.