22 November 2006
Get an inside look at a skid row hotel. Producers Stacy Abramson and David Isay spent 24 hours at the Sunshine Hotel, one of the last flophouses in New York's Bowery neighborhood. "It was like stepping into King Tut's Tomb," Isay says. "The Sunshine is this fascinating, self-contained society full of unbelievable characters. While it's a profoundly sad place, it is, at the same time, home to men with powerful and poetic stories." Listen in on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. And don't forget to bring your own towels.