By Charles Stern
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How politics and government impact everyday life.
||CleanCitizen Journalist: A'tif Khalil||A'tif Khalil is a citizen journalist focused on Mount Vernon, New York. In this episode we discuss the challenges of covering stories about City Hall when you know the people inside, personally. We also discuss a recent incident involving Mount Vernon's Mayor along with Internet celebrity Fatboy SSE. The two visited the local high school on Friday, January 12, unannounced, resulting in a disruption of the school day and suspensions.||1/16/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanFor Some Home Buyers Less Is The New More: 2018 NY Suburb Housing Market Report||Licensed Real Estate Broker Maurice Owen Michaane talks about his "Pelham 2018 Market Report". Michaane sees a trend in buyers seeking homes that are LESS costly than they can actually afford, even in affluent New York suburbs. We discuss the market psychology and geo-politics driving this new trend.||1/5/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanGun Control: Social Media Background Checks: New York, Really?||Interview with Black Westchester Publisher and Hip Hop Insider AJ Woodson, talking about the implications of NY Senate Bill S9191, to require an Internet background check on people seeking a license to possess a firearm. Recorded November 29, 2018||11/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|