Jorteh Senah

Assistant Producer, The Brian Lehrer Show

Jorteh Senah appears in the following:

Look | Artists Design Blown Glass on Governors Island

Friday, June 29, 2012

From Saturday through July 29, graphic artists, with the help of professional glassblowers, will try out their designs on glass even if they've never worked with the material befo...


South Ferry Subway Station Sprouts Leaks

Wednesday, June 27, 2012

The South Ferry subway terminal is sprouting leaks that are causing water damage to the newly tiled walls of the renovated station at the tip of Manhattan that underwent a $530 million facelift three years ago.

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Eurozone Spat Adds Depth to Greece-Germany Euro Cup Match

Friday, June 22, 2012

As the underdog in the Eurozone financial crisis, Greece found itself in a similar position as the country faced Germany in the quarterfinals of the Euro Cup. This time there was no bailout; Germany defeated their troubled Eurozone partners 4-2.


Making the City’s Waterways Cleaner for the Public

Thursday, June 21, 2012

The Department of Environmental Protection believes the city’s waterways will be safer as a result of two new initiatives. It has completed a venture that will reduce the discharge of untreated wastewater into city’s harbors, while the state Legislature passed a bill Thursday that will give the public the right to know when such pollutants spill into local waters. 


Immigrants Make Big Impact through Small Business

Thursday, June 14, 2012

Local immigrants are giving New York City area small businesses a big boost, a new study of Census Bureau data revealed.


NYPD Sets New Standards for Street-Level Narcotics Officers

Tuesday, June 12, 2012

Changes have been implemented to the application process for the NYPD’s street-level narcotics teams in the months following the shooting death of 18–year-old Ramarley Graham.

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In Morningside Park, Residents See Both Good and Bad in Corporate Sponsorship

Monday, June 11, 2012

Harlem residents have mixed feelings about corporate sponsorship of dog runs and basketball courts in Morningside Park. Though they welcome the improvements the funding from the parks department’s project will bring, some say they’re not keen about privatization of public spaces.

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Driving Out Auto Insurance Fraud through Legislation

Friday, June 08, 2012

Assemblyman David Weprin and other advocates are urging the New York State Assembly to pass a bill that will make it a felony to stage a car accident. The crime is currently a misdemeanor. 

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Historic National Black Theater to Remain Open

Thursday, June 07, 2012

Harlem's National Black Theater, which once hosted the likes of Ossie Davis and Nina Simone on its stage, was set to shutter. But with the help of Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer and investment management firm Baltoro Capital, the historic venue will live on.