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Cityscape: Fall into Darkness

by George Bodarky, Morlene Chin, Veronica Volk, Alana Holbrook
a very dark Brooklyn Bridge

dansakamoto, Flickr

We're talking clocks and darkness as daylight saving time ends.

The big city is full of bright lights, but since daylight saving ends this weekend, it’s time to turn back the clocks and extend darkness a little longer. 

With that in mind, we're focusing on clocks and darkness on this week's Cityscape.  We'll pay a visit to a good old-fashioned clock repair shop in Manhattan.  We’re also talking about how the invention of artificial lighting influenced the work of writers and artists in early New York City, and attending a dance party in the dark in Brooklyn.




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