Newsday’s Ellis Henican reviews New York City’s response to this weekend’s snowstorm. Commissioner Julie Menin explains why women pay more for products than those aimed at men. Pizza guru Colin Atrophy Hagendorf tells us about his quest to find Manhattan’s best pizza.
How can someone realistically eat on $4 a day? In this “Chasing the Dream” segment, we speak with New York University graduate Leanne Brown, who developed a resource for those who face this reality or anyone in need of stretching a tight budget.
Pizza guru Colin Atrophy Hagendorf tasted more than 400 slices of Manhattan pizza in search of the city’s best pie and recounts his journey in “Slice Harvester: A Memoir In Pizza.” Hagendorf tell us where he found his favorite slice and explains how he discovered it.
Filmmaker Renee Tajima-Peña joins us to look back at a horrifying American moment when during the ’60s and ’70s, thousands of women were sterilized against their will in public hospitals and clinics.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is calling for changes to the carriage industry and wants fewer horses on the job. Councilwoman Helen Rosenthal discusses the online lodging service Airbnb and explains why she claims it’s driving up rents in the city. We mark 73 years since the debut of “Casablanca” with actress Ingrid Bergman’s daughter, Pia Lindström.
We’re joined by award-winning journalist and filmmaker Jose Antonio Vargas, who previously spoke with New York Times Magazine about his struggles growing up as an undocumented immigrant.