Shaquille O’Neal giving back! The basketball great goes back to his hometown of Newark and shares his passion and gratitude to the ‘Boys and Girls Clubs of America.’ It’s an intimate, thoughtful, and personal side of Shaq you don’t often get to see.
Who is Mayor Bill de Blasio? What do we really know about him even after one term? A New York professor with unprecedented access to the city’s First Family answers those very questions in his a new book, “The Pragmatist: Bill de Blasio’s Quest to Save the Soul of New York.” He’ll join us for an exclusive interview. As Ken […]
“The Settlement Houses”: True “Treasures of New York” that have been providing help and opportunities to our neighbors in need for over 100 years!
A question as the Jewish Holy Week continues: How can the elderly and disabled in our area attend services if they are homebound? The answer: virtually! We’ll show you what happens when the High Holidays go high tech!
As Ken Burns and Lynn Novick’s incredible Vietnam war series continues, we look at Hollywood and the films that reflected the conflict both during and after our service members came home with New York Times film critic and best-selling author A.O. Scott.
President Trump sends shock waves through the United Nations as he threatens nuclear annihilation against a “rocket man” and his rogue nation. How is Trump’s tough talk playing out in the halls of the U.N. and are other nations using his rhetoric to their advantage? We will have insider analysis. Carlos Santana provided a part of the soundtrack to turbulent times […]
Carlos Santana provided a part of the soundtrack to turbulent times of the late 60’s. His music: a reflection of America’s counter culture. As we watch Ken Burns’ “The Vietnam War,” Carlos is here to share his memories of a country in turmoil.
Jurate Kazickas was one of only a handful of female journalists who went to the frontlines of the Vietnam War to tell the story of what was unfolding there. You won’t want to miss the story she has to tell.