Soterios Johnson

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Rising Costs in the Big Apple

Monday, May 12, 2003

It's never been cheap to live in the city, but lately expenses seem to be piling up on budget-weary New Yorkers. New Yorkers are expecting increases in taxes, larger-than-usual rent hikes in stabilized apartments, fare hikes, even water will be costing more. So, WNYC went ...

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A Drive-In In Manhattan?

Thursday, May 08, 2003

New York City. The city where you'd like to think you can get anything, at any time. One American phenomenon that never quite made it to Manhattan is the drive-in theater. Well, that changes tonight kind of.

The Tribeca Film Festival under way in lower Manhattan ...

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Libeskind Design Chosen, But Will it be Built?

Friday, February 28, 2003

If all goes according to the winning plan to replace the WTC, lower Manhattan will be graced with a 1776-foot spire. Down below, 3-stories of the old World Trade Centers foundation will remain as open walls. The memorial section of the new plan will be ...

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Holiday Tipping

Wednesday, December 18, 2002

As if this time of year didn't produce enough anxiety- hunting for that perfect gift, resolving not to stray too far off your health regime at all those holiday parties, and of course spending quality time with all those beloved and well-meaning family members-- the ...

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New Yorkers In Debt

Wednesday, November 13, 2002

In good times, people are optimistic. They spend freely, make big purchases and borrow against the future. When down times come they usually retrench, cut spending and pay off debt. But not this time. Since the start of the recession in March 2001, consumers have ...

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How's Your 401(k) Doing?

Thursday, October 31, 2002

If you are one of the more than three
million Americans investing in an employer-sponsored contribution plan, you've probably gotten disturbing glimpse into your future well-being. Third quarter statements hit mailboxes over the last few weeks, and the news is overwhelmingly bad: US stock mutual funds ...

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New Traffic Plan

Tuesday, October 15, 2002

A plan to speed up traffic in midtown Manhattan goes into effect today with drivers barred from making turns off ten busy crosstown streets. The streets are designated as through streets on weekdays between 10 am and 6 pm. Those streets are 36th, 37th, 45th, ...

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NY Congressional Delegation on Iraq

Wednesday, October 09, 2002

This week, both the House of Representatives and the Senate consider final resolutions that would grant President Bush authority to use force against Saddam Hussein. Republican representatives in both houses overwhelmingly back the President's position, but a clear Democratic party-line on the issue has yet ...

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Finance For Students

Wednesday, August 28, 2002

It may be hard to believe...but it's that time of year again for millions of students...back-to-school!

And for most entering *college*...it's when they'll experience more independence than they've ever had before...and also a chance to rack up more debt....like they never have before.

In the 1990's, bankruptcies ...

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Finance For Students

Tuesday, August 27, 2002

It may be hard to believe...but it's that time of year again for millions of students...back-to-school!

And for most entering *college*...it's when they'll experience more independence than they've ever had before...and also a chance to rack up more debt....like they never have before.

In the 1990's, bankruptcies for people 25 years old ...

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Transit Hub in Lower Manhattan

Tuesday, August 13, 2002

A major transit hub in lower Manhattan could be built in the next five years, with the help of 4.5 billion dollars designated by the federal government for the project.

The plans include linking various subway lines to the PATH trains -- and possibly the ...

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Nassau County Deficit

Tuesday, April 02, 2002

In his address last night to the Nassau County legislature, county executive Thomas Suozzi proposed a property tax increase of almost 20 percent and significant cuts in the county work force, all in an effort to trim the gaping budget deficit facing the county. Newsday ...

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Achdiocese Announces Three Schools To Stay Open

Tuesday, May 01, 2001

The Catholic Archdiocese of New York has announced three of the six financially strapped Catholic elementary schools that had been threatened with closure will remain open. They are All Saints School in Manhattan, Mount Carmel-Holy Rosary School in Manhattan and St. Ann's School in Nyack. ...

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Brooklyn Building Collapse

Wednesday, July 12, 2000

Rescue crews continue to search for three people possibly trapped inside a collapsed building in Boerhum Hill Brooklyn. 420 state street collapsed shortly before 8 last night, ripping down part of the adjacent building with it. WNYC's Richard Hake has been following the story.

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    Brooklyn Building Collapse

    Wednesday, July 12, 2000

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    The Jewish Museum

    Tuesday, July 11, 2000

    Starting tonight the Jewish museum opens its doors from five to nine every Tuesday through august for live music, beer and wine, exhibits, and some television classics.

    One night features shows dealing with bar and bat mitzvahs -- such as episodes of the 1980's sitcom ...

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    The Jewish Museum

    Tuesday, July 11, 2000

    WNYC's Soterios Johnson speaks with Andrew Ingall about the National Jewish Archive Of Broadcasting

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