New York Public Radio president Laura Walker and the rest of the National Bike To Work Day posse. Ride on!
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(The Cadbury mug belongs to Graham Parker, president of WQXR. He sent away for it when he was 11 years old.)
Studio 360 producer Michele Siegel is about to take off for maternity leave, so the show’s staff pitched in and made her some sweet customized onesies. This is the pick of the litter.
Check out our new wheels! You can see Sr. Concert Recording Engineer Ed Haber in the vintage WNYC jacket looking her over.
Don’t worry, we still have our old van (bottom picture). For now.
(And yes http://madamedevideoland.tumblr.com/ the billboard is pretty funny, too!)
Part of our collection of tiny tapes.WNYC Archives
Vintage magnetic tape box cover.
A tiny book from Argentina circa 1944 on How to build a radio.WNYC Archives
New York Public Radio Archivist Andy Lanset (pictured clutching his Thermos brand thermos) proudly surveys the library window he rescued from WNYC’s original home in the Municipal Building and had re-hung in our new Music Library on Varick Street.
WNYC’s Chief Technology Officer Steve Shultis rows out to check on damage from Sandy at our AM transmitter site in Kearney, NJ.
WQXR’s Terrance McKnight get the New York Public Radio chorus ready for its performance at the holiday party tomorrow.
Newark Superfund site - where they made Agent Orange - flooded by Sandy.
What’s in those flood waters, New Jersey?