On this holiday edition of our talk radio show, Nothing Urgent, Chris Robbins and Derek Evers take a call from the NY Daily News' Harry Siegel, a lifelong New Yorker, who talks to us about both police transparency and Brooklyn neighborhood nomenclature. Wary of new residents (read: youngins) who don't delve into their environs on a meaningful level, Siegel tries to find a prescription for superficial investment. Then, we have guitar god Marnie Stern on to talk to us about her life in New York, a botched trip to the Great Wall of China, and what it's like to be an attractive musician. All this and more can be streamed through The Heritage Radio Network at this link.
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