Episode: May 2013

Mixed martial art supporters are fighting to make the sport legal once again in New York, Brooklyn teens head to Broadway with “Fiddler on the Roof,” and First Amendment lawyer James Goodale talks about the Pentagon Papers. And, find out why Steampunk is invading popular culture.

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Episode: April 2013

Queens business owners in Willets Point fight to keep to keep their land, and Sen. Tony Avella joins 219West for a discussion on Willets Point and other city development issues. CitiBike share is soon hitting the streets. Will it be a success? And, we explore the age-old question: Can you pursue happiness?

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Episode: March 2013

219West talks to New York residents who are struggling to find affordable housing. “City Talk” host Doug Muzzio discusses the issues facing the mayoral candidates. Find out why Lower East Side residents are saying no to 7-Eleven and how the Nets are putting their stamp on the borough.

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Episode: October 2012

This edition of 219West examines the potential for pitching injuries in young baseball players. Find out why a new line of T-shirts with positive messages in “Spenglish” are a big hit. Plus, meet the “Mayor of Carroll Gardens” and hear how the Gowanus neighborhood is changing.

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Episode 1

Episode: May 2013

Episode: May 2013

Mixed martial art supporters are fighting to make the sport legal once again in New York, Brooklyn teens head to Broadway with “Fiddler on the Roof,” and First Amendment lawyer James Goodale talks about the Pentagon Papers. And, find out why Steampunk is invading popular culture.

May 15, 2013 19:57

Episode 2

Episode: April 2013

Episode: April 2013

Queens business owners in Willets Point fight to keep to keep their land, and Sen. Tony Avella joins 219West for a discussion on Willets Point and other city development issues. CitiBike share is soon hitting the streets. Will it be a success? And, we explore the age-old question: Can you pursue happiness?

Apr 15, 2013 19:36

Episode 3

Episode: March 2013

Episode: March 2013

219West talks to New York residents who are struggling to find affordable housing. “City Talk” host Doug Muzzio discusses the issues facing the mayoral candidates. Find out why Lower East Side residents are saying no to 7-Eleven and how the Nets are putting their stamp on the borough.

Mar 15, 2013 19:34

Episode 4

Episode: October 2012

Episode: October 2012

This edition of 219West examines the potential for pitching injuries in young baseball players. Find out why a new line of T-shirts with positive messages in “Spenglish” are a big hit. Plus, meet the “Mayor of Carroll Gardens” and hear how the Gowanus neighborhood is changing.

Oct 18, 2012 22:59

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Episode: May 2013

Episode: May 2013

Mixed martial art supporters are fighting to make the sport legal once again in New York, Brooklyn teens head to Broadway with “Fiddler on the Roof,” and First Amendment lawyer James Goodale talks about the Pentagon Papers. And, find out why Steampunk is invading popular culture.

Episode: April 2013

Episode: April 2013

Queens business owners in Willets Point fight to keep to keep their land, and Sen. Tony Avella joins 219West for a discussion on Willets Point and other city development issues. CitiBike share is soon hitting the streets. Will it be a success? And, we explore the age-old question: Can you pursue happiness?

Episode: March 2013

Episode: March 2013

219West talks to New York residents who are struggling to find affordable housing. “City Talk” host Doug Muzzio discusses the issues facing the mayoral candidates. Find out why Lower East Side residents are saying no to 7-Eleven and how the Nets are putting their stamp on the borough.

Episode: October 2012

Episode: October 2012

This edition of 219West examines the potential for pitching injuries in young baseball players. Find out why a new line of T-shirts with positive messages in “Spenglish” are a big hit. Plus, meet the “Mayor of Carroll Gardens” and hear how the Gowanus neighborhood is changing.