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  1. Host Darren Levy's Final Episode2007/12/08
    This episode will be Darren Levy's last as host. We will hear from a few past guests and friends -- TV Host Boaz Frankel, Publicist David Gibbs, Abstract Conceptual Artist Ula Einstein and Sideshow Performer Tyler Fyre. Thanks to everyone for all your support! This has been the best experience of my life. Keep in touch -- www.darrenlevy.net
  2. Amazing Blazing Tyler Fyre Interview2007/12/08
    In this interview Tyler Fyre will shock, he'll amaze, and he'll talk about sideshow, stunts, schooling, and the role of educational facilities in real estate development of cultural arts centers. Listen in for Tyler to reveal the secrets behind one of his signature acts! You can visit www.tylerfyre.com for more information.
  3. TV Writer James Felder Interview2007/04/25
    James Felder is a TV writer and professor here at NYU. We will learn the basics for writing a spec script and breaking into the TV writing industry.
  4. Acting Executive Director of the Drawing Center Lisa Metcalf Interview2007/04/11
    Lisa Metcalf, Acting Executive Director of the Drawing Center, is very proud to be a part of the center's 30 years. We will discuss some of the exhibits and the challenges of running a space that promotes emerging artists. You can visit www.drawingcenter.org for more information.
  5. Curator Paul Berman Interview2007/04/04
    Paul Berman is our guest on this episode. He's curated an event on Journalist and Poet Carl Sandburg that will take place on April 4. Tune in for a discussion on what ties those two forms of literature together and how Sandburg's work lives on today.
  6. Museum Tour Guide Edward Rueda2007/03/28
    Edward Rueda gave tours of the Hispanic Society of America for about a year. This museum is one of New York's best kept secrets. On this episode, Edward will share some information about this historic gem. You'll hear some fascinating insight on how religion and politics influenced Hispanic art and an audio tour of the museum. You can visit www.hispanicsociety.org for more information.
  7. Author and Cartoonist Larry Gonick Interview2007/03/21
    Larry Gonick loves to teach. But most of all he wants to make it fun. His comic books have been used in classrooms all over the country. On this episode we'll learn why cartoons can be more informative than a text book. You can visit www.larrygonick.com for more information.
  8. Music Store Icon and Author Henry Goldrich Interview2007/03/06
    Henry Goldrich is a music store icon. So many legendary musicians have bought instruments from his store, Manny's Music, he needed a book to tell all about it -- "The Wall of Fame: New York City's Legendary Manny's Music." On this show we'll hear a few of his great stories.
  9. Artist and Researcher Rhonda Shearer Interview2007/02/21
    Rhonda Shearer is the founder and director of the Art Science Research Laboratory. Listen in to learn about some of their projects and for a unique discussion on the mixing of art and science. You can visit www.asrlab.org for more information.
  10. Performer Venus Opal Reese Interview2007/02/07
    Venus Opal Reese found a very unique topic for her one-woman show, "Split Ends"---African American women and their hair. Tune in an learn how she was able to take this idea and turn it into a performance showcasing her many talents including video, movement and mime. You can visit www.lamama.org for more information.
  11. Opera Composer Robert Ashley Interview2007/01/16
    Are you a fan of experimental music? How about experimental opera? What is experimental opera? Robert Ashley has been a pioneer in opera for decades. On this show he’ll talk about his compositions and what's it's like to work with the same vocalists for the past 20 some years.
  12. Best of Citywide 20062007/01/09
    During Best of Week on WNYU the producers of Citywide chose some excerpts from the past year to feature on this episode. Flash Animator Justin Dike, Painter Sharon Appel, Artistic Director Susan Fiol and Playwright Stan Richardson are all included.
  13. Actress Geraldine Hughes Interview2006/12/28
    This interview orginally aired over the WNYU airwaves on February 8, 2005. Geraldine Hughes was starring in an award winning one-woman play she wrote titeld "Belfast Blues." The play tells the story of her life growing up in Belfast, Ireland during a war. Currently, Geraldine is co-starring in the movie "Rocky Balboa," now in theaters.
  14. Art Collector Lisa Hunter Interview2006/12/20
    Lisa Hunter is an art collector and has some very useful insight for people who are interested in buying art, but don’t have a lot of money to spare. Tune in and learn how you can be an art aficionado. You can visit http://howtobuyart.blogspot.com for more information.
  15. Comedian DC Pierson Interview2006/12/10
    DC Pierson is the director of Hammerkatz NYU. He'll share his thoughts on taking young, eager students and turning them into comedy stars. We'll also take a deeper look at why some desire to make people laugh. You can visit http://hammerkatznyu.blogspot.com for more information.
  16. Abstract Conceptual Artist Ula Einstein Interview2006/11/28
    Ula Einstein is an abstract conceptual artist. She uses all sorts of unique tools and materials to create her pieces. Tune in and learn what compelled her to do this sort of work. You can visit www.ulaeinstein.com for more information.
  17. Publisher Scott Diperna and Author Molly Crabapple Interview2006/11/14
    Scott Diperna is starting his own publishing company, Sepulculture Books. Molly Crabapple co-wrote the first book he will publish, Dr. Sketchy's Official Rainy Day Colouring Book. Tune in and learn what it takes to start your own publishing company and why adult coloring books don't seem to get the attention they deserve...yet. You can visit www.sepulculture.com for more information.
  18. Editor Tony Timpone Interview2006/11/01
    Editor of Fangoria Magazine Tony Timpone tells all about running a horror empire. He knows the genre forwards and backwards and will share some thoughts on the art of being spooky. You can visit www.fangoria.com for more information.
  19. Animator Justin Dike Interview2006/10/14
    Justin Dike can create some amazing animations using the program Flash. He'll share some helpful tips and explain why Flash is the tool for him. Check out www.cartoonsmart.com for more information.
  20. Painter Sharon Appel Interview2006/10/14
    Sharon Appel is a talented painter. She makes very creative pastel and glitter paintings and prints, and she designed, launched and is managing the World Trade Center Print Fundraiser: proceeds to benefit Verified Voting Foundation. For more information you can visit www.sharonappel.com.
Citywide on WNYU
Citywide is a talk show that explores New York's art scene. It airs live every Tuesday from 7:30-8pm on WNYU 89.1 FM New York and streams over the internet at wnyu.org. Each week, your host talks with NYC performers, writers, directors and visual artists. Previous guests on the show have included Geraldine Hughes, who wrote and performed the one-woman show "Belfast Blues" and recently starred in "Rocky Balboa," Miranda July, who created the movie "Me and You and Everyone We Know," and Aasif Mandvi, now a Daily Show correspondent, who starred in the controversial and popular political play "Guantanamo: Honor Bound to Defend Freedom." You can visit www.wnyu.org/citywide for more information.

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