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This edition: September 2013

Episode Details

Original tape date: September 13, 2013.

First aired: September 13, 2013.

In this episode:

Host Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson takes a look at The New York Pops' upcoming 31st season;

Graham Douglass takes us on a tour through some of Long Island City's most exciting venues for contemporary art;

Tina Beth Piña sits down with modern Renaissance man John Forté to hear his amazing success story;

Pat Collins looks at some of the upcoming blockbuster movies;

Donna Hanover explores the story behind author Linda Stasi's novel, The Sixth Station;

Barry Mitchell talks with comedian Carmen Lynch about her rising career;

Plus some of best events happening around New York City this fall.

For More Information:
The Noguchi Museum -
Socrates Sculpture Park -
SculptureCenter -
Museum of the City of New York-
Peter Gurnz Photography -
Le Castle -
New York City Ballet -
Linda Stasi, The Sixth Station -
Apt C3 -
Dumbo Arts Festival -
Open House New York -
Film Society of Lincoln Center -
Brooklyn Academy of Music -
The Jewish Museum New York -
The Armory Show at 100: Modern Art and Revolution -
Vermeer, Rembrandt, and Hals: Masterpieces of Dutch Painting from the Mauritshuis -

Guest List

Mary Ceruti Executive Director, Chief Curator, Sculpture Center

Jenny Dixon Museum Director, The Noguchi Museum

John Forte Filmmaker, Producer, Writer, Musician, City College of New York

Michael Gilliam

Donna Hanover CUNY-TV

Magalie Laguerre-Wilkinson Host, CUNY TV

Carmen Lynch Comedian

Barry Mitchell Producer, CUNY TV

Michael Starr TV Editor, New York Post

Linda Stasi Reporter, Author, The Sixth Station

Web Extras

Carmen Lynch

Reporter Barry Mitchell talks to comedian Carmen Lynch about preparing a stand-up routine.

John Forte

Musician John Forte talks about his connection to classical music and hip hop.

Forte: Jail Time

Musician John Forte discusses his incarceration and the public reaction it received.

Forte: Blessings

Musician John Forte talks about the blessing of being given a second chance.

Noguchi Museum

Jenny Dixon, director of The Noguchi Museum, talks about what makes it unique.

Noguchi Artist

Jenny Dixon, Director of The Noguchi Museum, talks about the nature of the artist.


SculptureCenter executive director Mary Ceruti talks about emerging artists.

Socrates Sculpture Park

John Hatfield, Ex. Dir. of the Socrates Sculpture Park, shows us an architectural folly.
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