'A Raisin in the Sun' at the Public | All Of It | WNYC
Lorraine Hansberry's classic play 'A Raisin in the Sun,' about a Black family's struggles with housing discrimination on the South Side of Chicago, has been given a new staging at the Public Theater.
Director of 'A Raisin in the Sun' joins to discuss
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd flagged a worse-than-expected 32% drop in quarterly operating earnings on Friday, as an economic downturn slashed demand for electronic devices and the memory chips that go in them.
Climate Change and Flood Insurance | The Brian Lehrer Show | WNYCWhen storms like Hurricane Ian blow through a community, it's a tragedy for local residents — and especially low-income households — who are underinsured or have no flood or home insurance.
Billy Eichner’s Queer Rom-Com | The New Yorker Radio Hour | WNYC StudiosAs one of the first releases in cinemas of a queer rom-com produced by a major studio, “Bros” is making movie history. But the comedian Billy Eichner, who co-wrote and stars in the film, tells David Remnick that the milestone has taken too long to achieve. Tfw you throw the entire vast rich 100+ year of LGB cinema - including all the big mainstream box office hits and Oscar winners - under the bus because you have a crap romcom to flog.
The Supreme Court's Objectivity is Under Scrutiny | The Takeaway | WNYC StudiosComing off a term that saw the U.S. Supreme Court overturn the right to an abortion and make it easier to carry a concealed firearm, the court returns to business this month with trust in its 'objectivity' at an all-time low.
Gothamist unveils new website, larger vision for combined WNYC newsroomOn the eve of our 20th birthday, we’re unveiling an exciting redesign with several new features, marking a big milestone for our newsroom and the future of local journalism in New York City. Read more in a note from our editor in chief. 🤣🤣🤣👆👆👆 Looking good! Thank you for having a cleaner entry point to the NJ tag from the home page.