new york city

Homestretch

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PODCAST! Christina and Harry take one last look at the mayor’s race, and Alex Lynn breaks down what’s really been happening at Washington Square Park.

From FAQ NYC
On June 18, 2021

The Gracie Bunch

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PODCAST! Dianne Morales, Shaun Donovan, Ray McGuire and Kathryn Garcia each call in to answer two tough questions, plus an interview with Paperboy Love Prince.

From FAQ NYC
On June 9, 2021

Who DA FAQ II

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Manhattan District Attorney candidates Alvin Bragg, Eliza Orlins, Lucy Lang, and Tali Farhadian Weinstein talk with us and each other about their respective visions of what the prosecutor’s office is and should be.

From FAQ NYC
On May 13, 2021

Who DA FAQ? (Manhattan Edition, Part I)

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Manhattan District Attorney candidates Tahanie Aboushi, Liz Crotty, Diana Florence and Dan Quart talk to Chrissy, Harry and Alex, and each other about what the prosecutor’s office is and what it should be.

FAQ NY
From FAQ NYC
On May 7, 2021

The Manhattan DA Race That Just Hits Different

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Rachel Holiday Smith, Manhattan reporter for The City, breaks down the Manhattan DA race with us.

FAQ NY
From FAQ NYC
On May 4, 2021

Andrew Yang: The Man Without Qualities

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The model minority candidate for mayor of New York represents the status quo.

From Popula
On May 3, 2021

The Woke Up Show

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Public Advocate Jumaane Williams rejoins the pod to discuss, among other things, the state of policing here, the citywide races and his experience running statewide.

From FAQ NYC
On April 22, 2021

How Michael Bloomberg’s Former Campaign Manager Became Andrew Yang’s Favorite Fixer

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Andrew Yang's campaign chiefs are employees of Tusk Strategies, a consulting firm whose clients have included AT&T, Uber, and private equity giant Blackstone.

From Sludge
On April 27, 2021

FAQ Gets Dopey

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Dave from the DOPEY podcast shares a few stories about drug addiction and recovery from some of the biggest moments in New York City history.

From FAQ NYC
On April 16, 2021

Cuomo’s Hidden Billions in Corporate Welfare

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Opaque state subsidies of more than $4.4 billion per year have helped Gov. Cuomo to consolidate his political power over the past decade.

From Sludge
On March 23, 2021