Did you know that jazz legend John Coltrane lived and created the musical masterpiece “A Love Supreme” in a dilapidated home in Dix Hills? Find out what is being done to preserve this piece of music history, and how you can help rebuild it.
We are smack dab in the middle of week two of this summer’s anticipated transit days of delays, and Benjamin Kabak is on it! As the blogger behind the incredibly successful “Second Ave. Sagas,” chances are you already follow his insight, and if you don’t, you will after this upcoming interview. Carlos Watson got sick of his role in the mainstream […]
Our Summer of Adventure takes us to the borscht belt, the beautiful Catskill Mountains, whose history is made up of more than just bungalows, pastrami and rye, and mid-century “shtick,” but of gangsters and serious intrigue!
Carlos Watson got sick of his role in the mainstream media and vowed to do something about it! His goal: to deliver news and information you might not otherwise be getting from anywhere else. Tonight he’s telling us about Ozy Fest!
Three alleged members of the deadly MS-13 gang taken off the street, charged with 4 murders that have crippled a Long Island community. We have the latest. Our crippled infrastructure affecting not only our rails but our water! Find out how big this little known problem really is. FRONTLINE gives us a first person perspective of life on parole. And […]
Our “Summer of Adventure” continues. Tonight, we’re inviting you to a “Weekend in Havana.”
Once bitter rivals…now fast friends? Mayor Bill de Blasio and Comptroller Scott Stringer become unlikely political allies after 4 years of feuding. We talk to City & State’s Editor-in-Chief, Jonathan Lentz to find out why. A track fire leaves thousands stranded today as the progress at Penn derails, causing more problems and even more days of delays! We have the […]