Driving Miss Critchfield

Reporter Hannah Critchfield and her grandmother Carolyn celebrating their birthdays — they’re exactly 60 years apart in age. HOST INTRO: The summer before Hannah Critchfield left for college in Chicago, she was preparing to say goodbye…to driving and to Meijer supermarkets. And also, to someone very special. CRITCHFIELD: My grandma and I were the same […]

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Broadway Replay

HOST INTRO: The most recent show to grace Broadway is Tootsie, based on the 1982 film of the same name. It’s just one in a series of film to stage adaptations attracting people longing for that warm familiar feeling. Stephanie Horton reports on the commercial value of nostalgia on Broadway today.                HORTON 1: Chrissie […]

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Comptroller gives City a D+ on Minority and Women owned business program. City disagrees.

When women go to work, on average they don’t get paid as much as men. It’s called gender pay gap. And New York City wants to help, with a program that finances businesses owned by women and minorities. But according to a Comptroller’s report released last week the program hasn’t come close to meet its […]

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Women take the Mainstage at Wrestlemania

Wrestlemania is coming to Metlife Stadium this Sunday. For fans of wrestling, Wrestlemania is the Super Bowl, Stanley Cup and the Academy Awards all wrapped into one. While the event happens every year, this is the first time women will be featured in the main wrestling match. I spoke with Dan Murphy, author of Sisterhood […]

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“Play It Loud” Exhibition at the Met

INTRO: The Metropolitan Museum of Art opens its newest exhibition on Monday. Instead of the usual fine art or sculptures they are displaying instruments from one of the most transformative movements in American history – rock n roll. Stephanie Horton visited the member preview of the Play It Loud exhibition and reports HORTON: Guitars encased […]

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