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The celebrated children's tale with music, Peter and the Wolf - as WNYC's Sara Fishko tells us - was first heard in Moscow in the spring of 1936, an ominous time in the Soviet Union. Everywhere it went after that, it thrilled a listenership of kids. More, in this episode of Fishko Files.โดย WNYC Studios
 
Marijuana is now legal for adult use in 17 states, including New York, and many more have legalized medical marijuana. The drug is still criminalized under federal law, but as Caroline Lewis reports, a change may be on the way.โดย WNYC Radio
 
The Erie County executive wants the Buffalo Bills' stadium filled with fans next fall...all of them vaccinated. But WNYC's Danny Lewis says that'll be complicated.โดย WNYC Radio
 
During the height of the ongoing global pandemic Corona, Queens was the epicenter of the epicenter. The community has many unmet needs. In terms of who can help, it’s a mix of volunteers, churches, and all levels of government, including the local city council member. Francisco Moya has represented the area for the past four years. Several people a…
 
New York City is suspending an immunization program for seniors that relied on the one-shot formula, until the federal government decides the Johnson & Johnson vaccine is safe. About 1,500 appointments for elderly New Yorkers unable to leave their home will be postponed until the city receives guidance.…
 
The $16 billion program that Congress approved late last year to support theaters, music clubs, museums and other venues is having trouble getting off the ground. Applications for the Shuttered Venue Operators Grant - formerly known as Save Our Stages - were meant to be submitted beginning last Thursday, but unspecified website issues led the Small…
 
Summer school used to be for students who needed to catch up on classes. But because of the pandemic, New York City is expanding the program to provide childcare, emotional support, and recreation to any student in public, private or charter schools. For more, go to Gothamist.com.โดย WNYC Radio
 
President Biden has so far admitted far fewer refugees into the country than he promised, resulting in just a trickle of people fleeing persecution resettling in our area. Forty refugees arrived in New York, and only one in New Jersey, in February and March. That’s about a third of the rate of admissions during former President Trump’s final fiscal…
 
Empty storefronts were a blight on the city long before the coronavirus pandemic forced so many restaurants and other businesses to close. Now, with thousands more businesses shuttered for good, including big chains, Upper East Side Councilman Ben Kallos has introduced new legislation aimed at pressuring anonymous building owners to accept new tena…
 
Recent reports of vaccinated people being diagnosed with COVID-19 have caused alarm in places like Michigan, where a recent headline blared: “246 vaccinated residents diagnosed with COVID; 3 dead.” Breakthrough infections—cases where the coronavirus takes hold in a fully inoculated person—will always raise worries about whether the vaccines are act…
 
New Jersey's new marijuana regulatory panel met for the first time on Monday, saying that social and racial justice would play a central role in the creation of a framework for marijuana legalization in state. Vice Chairman Sam Delgado said his work will be informed by the four nights he spent in jail 46 years ago after he was arrested for marijuan…
 
The misconduct findings included excessive force, false or inaccurate statements, and improper chemical deployments against incarcerated people. The records are now publicly available because of last year's repeal of a state law known as Civil Rights Law 50-a.โดย WNYC Radio
 
New Jersey voters approved a legal marijuana referendum in November, and Gov. Phil Murphy signed a law creating a marijuana marketplace in February. On Monday, the state takes another step toward cannabis sales when the five-member Cannabis Regulatory Commission holds its first meeting at 2 pm. The commission must adopt regulations for growing, pro…
 
New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has said he wants to provide funds for undocumented New Jerseyans left out of COVID stimulus funding. But activists aren't letting up on the pressure. WNYC's Matt Katz reports that about three dozen undocumented workers and their allies are continuing to fast to highlight the fact that they're not eligible for unemployme…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has sparked a rise in anti-Asian bias incidents across the country and in New York City. But the NYPD hasn't been consistently designating those attacks as racially-motivated. Instead, the department has categorized some of those incidents as anti-disability attacks because the suspects, they say, assumed their Asian victims h…
 
On January 6th, Edward Durfee donned a radio earpiece and an “Oath Keepers New Jersey” cap as he worked a security detail outside the U.S. Capitol for the far-right Oath Keepers, whose members are fingered by the feds for conspiring to violently stop the Electoral College vote count that would certify Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 election. Three…
 
April is poetry month, and we're marking the occasion with a poetry challenge. We want you to send us your poems on the theme "emerge," and we will read some of them on our air. 88 year-old Evelyn Kandel is the Nassau County Poet Laureate. She's a Marine veteran and teaches poetry at adult education classes at the local library in Great Neck. She's…
 
In May 2015, Roberto Grant had pleaded guilty to taking part in a series of luxury watch store heists. He was awaiting sentencing at the Metropolitan Correctional Center, the federal jail in Lower Manhattan, when he died a violent death. An autopsy released a year and a half later listed his cause of death as “undetermined.” But experts say it was …
 
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