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Listen now: Brooklyn Paper Radio this week celebrated those native Kings Countians who stuck around as the better borough evolved over the decades, with help from a lifelong local who just released a book about how to survive — and thrive — in the city.
Listen now: Local youngsters were the through line in this week’s all-new episode of Brooklyn Paper Radio, on which co-hosts Anthony Rotunno and Johnny Kunen took a deeper dive into stories unfolding across the borough that put children front and center.
Listen now: That’s right, folks, this week’s new Brooklyn Paper Radio episode featured all of the above, as our co-hosts and their guests talked their way through the latest calls to split service on the beleaguered R train, the first formal appearance of LGBTQ marchers in the Brooklyn St. Patrick’s Day Parade, and the imminent debut of the Brooklyn Public Library’s first podcast series.
Listen now: The city’s proposal to turn the Brooklyn Heights Promenade into a six-lane speedway in order to repair the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway’s crumbling triple cantilever could undermine decades-old local and federal landmark laws put in place following the destruction of the old Penn Station, a private preservationist argued on the latest episode of Brooklyn Paper Radio.
Listen now: Two Brooklynites running in the 17-person race to fill the city’s vacant public advocate seat campaigned for their candidacy on Brooklyn Paper Radio this week, ahead of the Feb. 26 election to fill the office.
Listen now: Brooklyn Paper Radio is back with an all-new episode, on which your co-hosts dove right into the latest stinky situation to engulf the beleaguered L train.
Listen now: Your beloved podcast is back and better than ever, with a special episode featuring an exclusive interview with borough daughter, the Hon. Judge Judy Sheindlin.