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More Subway Tunnel Repairs and Closures To Come

wnyc.org — Today, a source told NY1 that the Cranberry Tube is slated for repairs earlier than expected. The Cranberry Tube connects Manhattan to Brooklyn, and carries 230,000 passengers each day on the A or C Train.
Sep 16, 2014

RT @katehinds: A/C tube, I'm looking at you: More Subway Tunnel Repairs and Closures To Come wnyc.org/2CcXf via @WNYC

Sep 16, 2014

A/C tube, I'm looking at you: More Subway Tunnel Repairs and Closures To Come wnyc.org/2CcXf via @WNYC

A Broader Way with Michel Martin

wnyc.org — Join us in celebrating the launch of Michel Martin’s ten-city tour with an after party, featuring jazz pianist Elio Villafranca.
Sep 16, 2014

RT @NPR: @keligoff We’d love for you to join a Twitter convo about how the demographics of Broadway are changing bit.ly/1pd3nwE #NPRbroadway

Brooklyn Heights Library To Become Market-Rate Housing

wnyc.org — (Courtesy Marvel Architects, The Hudson Companies) The Brooklyn Public Library's board of trustees approved a deal to sell a branch in Brooklyn Heights for $61 million. In exchange, the community will get a new library and some affordable housing.
Sep 16, 2014

sign of the times RT @WNYC Brooklyn Heights Library To Become Market-Rate Housing bit.ly/1u4vLoL

Ask John Schaefer Anything: What Is The Bakersfield Sound?

soundcheck.wnyc.org — By most anyone's standards, John Schaefer knows a lot about music. Yet despite his two radio shows and various other music-related projects, we get the feeling he's withholding some of that knowledge. So now's your chance to ask Soundcheck 's famously brainy host anything as long as it has something to do with music.

How To Be Smarter About... Willie Nelson

soundcheck.wnyc.org — (David McClister/Courtesy of the artist) Willie Nelson has achieved legendary status in American culture. But that doesn't quite exempt him from being in some music fans' blind spots. Nelson might be best known for penning and performing " On The Road Again," as a designated member of the "Outlaw country" movement, or, perhaps his signature bandana and braids.