Vice President, News, WNYC
wnyc.org — So, an extremely devoted following has been watching this space ever since we first broke the news that bike share was coming to New York, back in November, 2010. For everyone who hasn't been paying such close attention, here are your questions, answered. 1. What's with not having helmets?
wnyc.org — (Amy Pearl/WNYC) Seasonal beachgoers are returning to Long Beach and they are finding a few changes since Sandy hit. Roy Smith catches a wave on Long Beach. Surfers like Roy Smith was out there Wednesday catching a few waves. It's beautiful. The water's getting warmer and the waves are small and perfect for learning."
wnyc.org — WNYC's Amy Pearl and Janet Babin are making their way along the coast for a pre-Memorial Day "coastcheck" to see what's changed since Sandy hit. They made their way to Long Island and checked in on Jones Beach then took a boat ride in the Great South Bay to Fire Island.
wnyc.org — With bike share launching next week, potentially thousands of people will be biking New York who haven't ever done so before. They need advice. Let's give them some. Listen to some tips -- and upload your own -- inside. Agree? Disagree? Record yourself giving one piece of advice to new cyclists in New York City.
wnyc.org — On a recent day in lower Manhattan, 119 children and teenagers got their citizenship certificates. They hailed from over 30 countries, including Albania, Ecuador, Pakistan, and the U.K. After taking the oath of allegiance, Yeily Mateo said she had been looking forward to this for a long time.
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