Belting is all the rage on Broadway and in pop music, but inexperienced belters could be doing more harm than good. Caroline Ballard explores how nodes puts singers that belt at risk.
After a CDC report this month showed that teenagers are having sex before they receive any sex education, I’m looking into the national state of sex ed and how NYC compares. I’ll be reporting on the model at the East Harlem Teen Health Project, which is a community org aiming to address the needs of local teens and fill in where the NYC DOE leaves off.
Live role-playing games usually conjure the image of people who creatively refuse to grow up (wizard’s robes and plastic armor help). But it turns out LARP is more of an umbrella term than a single hobby.
HOST INTRO: The three-day NFL Draft kicked off last night. Team managers signed the best college football players who proudly displayed their new jerseys for the crowds at Radio City Music Hall. Hilary Brueck reports the draft has morphed into an event that may even be outgrowing New York City. BRUECK: What started […]
HOST INTRO: Over the last decade 60,000 African migrants have arrived in Israel. They cross the border looking for a better life, often illegally. But Israel has recently imposed a crackdown. Poppie Mphuthing reports on the community support they find in a Christian church in Tel Aviv, where they find help to start a new life. ————- Ambi – […]
Host 1: It’s been a year and a half since Hurricane Sandy hit New York, and residents in places like the Rockaways say they don’t feel much more protected than they did in the immediate aftermath of the storm. They feel things that could make them safer aren’t being done. Host 2: But policy makers […]