Jarrett Murphy, left, of City Limits, and Ben Max, right, of Gotham Gazette
Each week, Ben Max of Gotham Gazette and Jarrett Murphy of City Limits discuss the latest on policy and politics in New York. Episodes, which are typically 10-15 minutes, began in February, 2016 with a focus on housing, but have expanded to other topics. Episodes are below, and can also be found on iTunes and other podcast networks. LISTEN:
June 1st, 2017: Election Season is Here!
May 25th, 2017: De Blasio in the Bronx; City's Transit System Becomes a Focus
May 17th, 2017: The Mayor's Homelessness Plan & Election Year Politics
May 8th, 2017: Controversy at Correction; The Latest in the Mayoral Race; Rezoning Politics; Stalled Voting Reforms; & More:
April 21, 2017: De Blasio Versus the Media, Re-election Year News, & The Mayor in the Boroughs
March 9th, 2017: Federal cuts looming? 421-a debates & the Mayor's new approach to homelessness
January 19th, 2017
December 2, 2016: 421-A Back from the Dead? New $ for Public Housing, and ZoneIn!
October 27, 2016: What's at stake for New York City on Election Day?
August 12, 2016: New York City Homeownership Trends, MIH gets real, and more:
July 26, 2016: With the presidential campaign in full swing and the national party platforms adopted, Max & Murphy are joined by Rachel Fee, executive director of the New York Housing Conference, to discuss federal housing policy and how it relates to New York:
June 23, 2016: In a special episode, we were joined by two leaders of Coalition for the Homeless, Mary Brosnahan and Shelly Nortz, to discuss a wide range of issues related to city and state homelessness-fighting policies, including problems around state funding and signs of progress with city management:
June 16, 2016: The Latest at NYCHA, from its Chair & CEO
June 9, 2016: A Lot to Watch for On Housing: Next Rezonings, New Legislation, State MOU?
May 26, 2016: Tenant Protection Efforts and Signs of Progress at NYCHA
May 12, 2016: NYCHA's 'Core Challenge' with guest Ritchie Torres, New York City Council member and chair of the public housing committee
May 4, 2016: A Lot in the Spring Balance
April 21, 2016: Presidential Candidates Visit Public Housing; Next Up: 421-A
April 8, 2016: The presidential primaries are here - in New York!
April 1, 2016: Big Housing $ in the State Budget
March 25, 2016: Putting MIH Into Context
March 18, 2016: Good and Bad News for Mayor de Blasio
March 10, 2016: The Politics of De Blasio's Housing Plan Heats Up
March 4, 2016: Governor Cuomo Casts a Shadow Over Housing Hearing
Feb. 26, 2016: Amid fears of gentrification, neighborhood plans move ahead
Feb. 19, 2016: As the City Council deliberates, neighborhood planning heats up
Feb. 12, 2016: The City Council hears two major de Blasio zoning proposals