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Cityscape: Neil Sedaka: Rock'n'Roll Survivor

A new book explores the story of how Neil Sedaka overcame obstacle after obstacle to become the "ultimate rock'n'roll survivor."

Singer, pianist, composer and Brooklyn native Neil Sedaka is famous for writing songs like the 1962 hit, Breaking Up is Hard to Do. But his career stalled when the Beatles shot to prominence, and for 12 years Sedaka struggled to get back on the charts.

Cityscape: Souvenirs

Tourists always love to bring home a little "piece" of NYC. But, what's so great about a souvenir?

A souvenir is much more than a mass-produced object bought at the end of a trip. It captures some of the very best memories from our experiences exploring amazing places. Here in New York City, there’s always something you can take home with you.

Cityscape: Strike a Chord, Food Pantries and Soup Kitchens

WFUV's Strike a Chord campaign is focusing on food pantries and soup kitchens

Food pantries and soup kitchens provide a lifeline to countless individuals and families in need of assistance. They often get a ton of volunteers around the holidays, but food pantries and soup kitchens need help all year long. 

Cityscape: Show Us Some Love!

It's the fall fundraising edition of WFUV's Cityscape with some of our favorite segments.

Each week, WFUV's Cityscape explores the people, places and spirit of New York City in new and unique ways. We journey to fascinating places and meet interesting people, but we wouldn’t be able to do that without support from listeners who appreciate this kind of programming.

Cityscape: Rock On!

We're exploring the wonderful world of rocks, rock climbing and rock-and-roll education in NYC.

If you think you have to go outside New York City’s “walls” to go rock climbing, think again. There are plenty of climbable boulders scattered across the concrete jungle.

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