Posts from FAQ NYC
Super-reporter Greg B. Smith breaks down why Eric Adams’ promise to remove the homeless from the trains “right away” has been going nowhere fast.
The great Ben Max rejoins Chrissy, Katie and Harry to talk about Eric A’s first trip to Albany, “fish-gate,” and much more.
Graham Rayman of the Daily News runs down the slow-motion disaster at the city’s jails, and map maestro Steve Romalewski breaks down the new maps Albany’s Democratic majority just drew up.
Karen Hinton, who worked for both Andrew Cuomo and Bill de Blasio, joins the pod to discuss her new memoir, Penis Politics: A Memoir of Women, Men and Power.
A conversation with incoming City Council Speaker Adrienne Adams about her past and the city’s future.
Katie Honan and Harry Siegel take stock of an ominous moment in New York, with big changes looming, and Alex Lynn talks with East Village resident Kirsten Theodos about the ongoing demolition of East River Park, and community member’s fight to save it.
Chrissy and Harry consider New York City’s outgoing and incoming mayors, and Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio of DoumentedNY explains what’s happening now with non-citizen voting here. Plus, check out our Alex Lynn’s piece about growing up as the daughter of a New York hustler.
State Sen. Zellnor Myrie rejoins the pod to talk about his plans to make New York election reform sexy. And seven minutes in heaven is kid’s stuff, so listen to Katie Honan explain six minutes of grace and how she finally beat a ticket.
Chrissy, Alex, Katie and Harry gab it up about Eric Adams, Andrew Cuomo, the Blood Center, Thanksgiving and lots more.
We talk politics, and Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio of Documented discusses her reporting on immigration enforcement.
21 eulogies for the City of New York, in large or small part, collected for the art installation Eulogy For New York, which ran during the month of October in the West Village.
New York Times city hall reporter Jeff Mays talks with Chrissy and Katie about what life after city hall could look like for Mayor Bill de Blasio, Documented engagement reporter Rommel H Ojeda talks with Harry about New York’s tapped-out $2.1 excluded worker fund, and Low Life author Lucy Sante reads an epitaph for the cities that were.