Isaac-Davy Aronson

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CT Candidates Beat the Streets Ahead of Tuesday's Primaries

Monday, August 09, 2010

Some 44 primaries will be held across the state of Connecticut on Tuesday. Christopher Keating, the Capitol Bureau Chief for The Hartford Courant, gives WNYC's Isaac-Davy Aronson a preview of where things stand ahead of Tuesday's primaries.

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The Early Word for August 6, 2010

Friday, August 06, 2010

This morning's Early Word: Another New Yorker joins the Supreme Court; NJ lawmakers head to Atlantic City to talk gambling and gaming; Ailsa Chang on how MTA cuts have affected the city's disabled; one subway musician's quest to make the saw a respectable instrument.


The Early Word for August 5, 2010

Thursday, August 05, 2010

This morning's Early Word: California's gay-marriage ban overturned - now on to the next court; Mayor Bloomberg will give half his billions away; Bob Hennelly on the New York Attorney General's race; Romanian Gypsy music hits Brooklyn.


The Early Word for August 4, 2010

Wednesday, August 04, 2010

This morning's Early Word: Better late than never, New York has a state budget; President Obama celebrates his 49th; New York City slims down; dance-punk duo Holy Ghost hits Central Park.


The Early Word for August 3, 2010

Monday, August 02, 2010

This morning's Early Word: another Congressional Democrat slapped with ethics charges; an arrest in Staten Island hate crimes; Beth Fertig checks out a public school on Governor's Island; William Brittelle brings his classical/electronic/prog rock to Le Poisson Rouge.


The Early Word for July 23, 2010

Friday, July 23, 2010


Friday's Early Word: Azi Paybarah spends time with Congressman Charlie Rangel; Lisa Chow has rare good news about the NYC economy; neighbors react to suspected family murder-suicide on Staten Island; plus today's calendar and the weekend gig alert.


The Early Word for July 22, 2010

Thursday, July 22, 2010


This morning's Early Word: states preparing retroactive unemployment payments as benefit extension heads to Obama's desk; severe thunderstorms leave trail of damage across tri-state area; MTA planning text-message bus location updates; Christie: down with the Meadowlands, up with Atlantic City!


The Early Word for July 21st, 2010

Wednesday, July 21, 2010


The Early Word this morning: a jobless benefits extension heads out of the Senate; a judge will soon rule on whether an FDNY exam was discriminatory; the metro area remains under a "Bermuda High"; Robbers on High Street performs tonight at Mercury Lounge; and more!


Newark Celebrates Murder-Free Month

Friday, April 02, 2010

Newark is celebrating a milestone.

March was the first murder-free calendar month in more than 40 years. Mayor Cory Booker says great work by Newark's police is one big part of crime reduction.

"The other," he says, "has got to be more programs for people coming home ...


New Accusations in Paterson Aide Case

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Governor Paterson may have been much more closely involved in a top staffer's domestic violence case than previously reported.

Citing three sources with knowledge of Paterson's role, The New York Times reports that the governor personally helped draft a statement for the woman who accused his ...


NJ Legislature Passes Medical Marijuana Law

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

On the last day of their legislative session...the New Jersey Senate and Assembly approved a bill that would make the state the 14th. to legalize medical marijuana. WNYC's Isaac-Davy Aronson has more.

REPORTER: The measure allows patients with ailments such as cancer, AIDS and multiple sclerosis ...


No Booze at Last Giants Stadium Game

Sunday, January 03, 2010

The Jets take on the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday night in the last game ever at Giants Stadium. As WNYC's Isaac-Davy Aronson reports, there'll be pageantry, but no booze for sale.

REPORTER: A Jets spokesman says given the late start of the game - twenty past eight ...


Bloomberg Defends Staff's Contribution to Booker

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

After throwing his support behind Mayor Bloomberg's re-election bid, Newark's Democratic Mayor Cory Booker got a boost of his own.

About a month after the endorsement, the billionaire mayor's accountant donated $26,000 to Booker's re-election committee. In last night's mayoral debate, Bloomberg defended the contribution.