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Why Won’t Morris Park Vote Already?

wnyc.org — (Amy Pearl/WNYC) In the Morris Park section of the northeast Bronx, a yellow canopy of leaves hangs over the tree-lined streets. It's a mix of modest, detached brick homes - many adorned with elaborate Halloween decorations - and a handful of apartment buildings. There's also a small commercial strip.
Oct 23, 2014

radio interview via nyc apartment intercom. Yes. INTERVIEW VIA INTERCOM! @brigidbergin did it -wnyc.org/story/why-wont…

Oct 23, 2014

RT @annasale: I love the buzzy sound of @brigidbergin interviewing a city voter through her front door intercom. Great NYC radio! wnyc.org/story/why-wont…

Oct 23, 2014

RT @WNYC: Why doesn't Morris Park vote? Four out of ten registered voters haven't been to the polls since 2010. bit.ly/1sSkqJh

Oct 23, 2014

RT @annasale: I love the buzzy sound of @brigidbergin interviewing a city voter through her front door intercom. Great NYC radio! wnyc.org/story/why-wont…

Oct 23, 2014

I love the buzzy sound of @brigidbergin interviewing a city voter through her front door intercom. Great NYC radio! wnyc.org/story/why-wont…

25 Years in 25 Days (2007): The Giant Pool of Money Overflows

wnyc.org — This fall, the Brian Lehrer Show is marking 25 years of Brian at WNYC with a year-by-year look at stories that mattered from 1989 to 2014. Find the full schedule and lots more here. Back in 2007, the housing and financial crises were all tangled up in a mess of subprime mortgages and global pools of money.

99% Invisible-43- Accidental Music of Imperfect Escalators

wnyc.org — "There's a secret jazz seeping from Washington's aging Metro escalators - those anemic metal walkways that fill our transit system...they honk and bleat and squawk...why are you still wearing those earbuds?" - -Chris Richards,
Oct 23, 2014

LISTEN: The accidental music of imperfect escalators bit.ly/1z0H4UR

Advocates Crave Word from Mayor on Expanding Breakfast in Schools

wnyc.org — ((Ben Adler/WNYC)) A coalition of anti--hunger advocates on Thursday called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to allow more kids to eat breakfast in class, not just in the cafeteria, citing data showing only 25 percent of New York City students participate in the free meals program.

Voting; Debates; and Mad Men’s Matthew Weiner

Mark Bittman Tells Us How to Cook Everything Fast

wnyc.org — (Copyright: thieury/Shutterstock) Mark Bittman provides a game plan for becoming a better, more intuitive cook. His new cookbook How to Cook Everything Fast: A Better Way to Cook Great Food includes 2,000 recipes. Bittman explains how time management is an essential principle of fast cooking and he's overhauled hundreds of classics, encouraging what he calls "naturally fast cooking," with tips, advice, and illustrations.
Oct 23, 2014

Audio: Mark @bittman dropped by today to tell us how to cook everything... fast! With recipes! bit.ly/1nAHqNO