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The former governor won’t say if he voted for Letitia James, but he’s got lots to say about how the Democratic Party has lost the script on crime as he says people tell him they “are afraid of the feeling I get in the city,” and much more.
The City senior reporter and bona fide train knower Jose Martinez joins FAQ to break down the gubernatorial race’s very high, yet hardly noticed, stakes for the already troubled future of the city’s circulatory system.
The would-be governor sad he smelled pot, but Katie Honan and Christina Greer smell a rat.
In a special episode of FAQ NYC, Samantha Maldonado and Kendra Pierre-Louis survey the damage the “superstorm” caused 10 years ago in Coney Island and around the city, and the construction that’s followed.
Ann Nocenti, the writer, journalist and filmmaker who wrote and edited some of the most iconic Marvel comics of the late 1980s and early 1990s joins the podcast to discuss her early years in New York as “the girl who lived behind the fish tank,” quite literally, how her work in asylums influenced her stories […]
New York has more competitive Congressional races than any state besides California. NBC’s Steve Kornacki joins Azi Paybarah and Harry Siegel to break down the races here that could well decide which party controls the House.
About these four proposals New Yorkers get to decide on, right after (mostly) guessing which judges to elect? Rachel Holliday Smith breaks down what’s at stake, and why most voters have no idea about any of it.
“New York is so rich, and I couldn’t afford to travel so New York became my movie set.” America’s “least known great documentarian” discusses his 86 years living here, his work during the pandemic re-editing his footage of the city from the 1950s (and that you can see over the next two weekends at the […]
Is the left somehow to blame for the tent city for asylum seekers that the Adams administration had been erecting on Orchard Beach, and that’s now going up on Randall’s Island? Is New York really turning back into Fear City? If the “old normal” went away with the pandemic shutdown, what are the reasons to […]