As pride month and our celebration of LGBTQ equality comes to a close, meet “First Person” host Aaryn Lang and the attitudes she is helping transition in and out of the community.
In these “Days of Delays,” New Yorkers are running to car services like Uber and Lyft. We head Uptown to meet the everyday people who make up the Bronx. Our “Summer of Adventure” takes us to Yellowstone National Park for a fascinating look at how the animals there are adapting to the powerful effects of climate change. The Tri-State celebration […]
We head uptown to the Bronx and take a look of some of the local culture and people, who might be threatened by displacement as a major rezoning looms over the area. For more short documentaries profiling some of the people who work and live along Jerome Ave click here: The New York Times.
An “A” train derails in Harlem, triggering power outages and halting services on four lines. The Supreme Court rules on the Travel Ban. We talk with a Republican Mayoral contender who says that one term for Mayor Bill de Blasio is more than enough. And Meet the geek girls rising to the top of the tech world!
An industry that has proven especially controversial: private prisons, and they’ve taken a financial hit from New York City. Comptroller Scott Stringer is here with the details. New York had an amazing day celebrating gay pride yesterday with an incredible record breaking turn out, but the celebration of equality continues. Tonight “First Person” host, Tonilyn Sideco, takes us inside her […]
Nora Ephron penned that immortal scene inside Katz’s Deli from “When Harry Met Sally,” but did she have one man in mind when she wrote it? Richard Cohen was Nora’s best friend, forever thought to be “the guy,” but was he? He’s here to set the record straight and to help remember a great writer who captured a place and […]