In the second installment of our two-part interview, media mogul, and author of The Sleep Revolution Arianna Huffington tells us how we can all sleep our way to being the best person we can be and how a good dose of rest can transform your life one night at a time.
If you’re losing sleep over this election, we may have a remedy. In part one of our interview with Arianna Huffington, the founder of The Huffington Post and author of the new book The Sleep Revolution, the media mogul shares her views on the upcoming presidential election. Most New Yorkers have experienced a train delay that completely derails their day. […]
If you’re losing sleep over this election, we may have the remedy. Arianna Huffington is here to talk candidly about Election 2016. In part one of our interview with Huffington, founder of The Huffington Post and author of the new book The Sleep Revolution, the media mogul shares her insight and views of the upcoming presidential election.
Most New Yorkers have experienced a train delay that completely derails their day. Indeed, New York Magazine traced how a single mechanical failure on October 6th, 2015 sparked 625 delays in a day, igniting the longest logistical nightmare the MTA had all of last year. And it’s been predicted it’s only going to get worse this year.
Meryl Streep. Laura Bush. Mindy Kaling. Where else would these powerful women leaders have a chance to convene? Award-winning journalist Tina Brown gives us some insight into her annual “Women in the World Summit”, now in its seventh year of enriching the lives of women through the stories of female trailblazers. Next, what secrets lie in King Tut’s tomb? We explore a piece of Ancient Egypt in New York City as we take a peek inside the exhibit “The Discovery of King Tut” where new mysteries about one of the world’s most famous archeological sites are waiting to be uncovered. Finally, a notorious white supremacist attempts to take over a small North Dakota town. And the town fights back. We talk to the filmmakers who captured this gripping true story in their documentary “Welcome to Leith.”
MetroFocus contributor and managing editor of “New York NOW” Matt Ryan recaps some of the historic moves made in Albany, from the new $15 an-hour minimum wage hike to what made it into the New York state budget.
Meryl Streep. Laura Bush. Mindy Kaling. Where else would these powerful women leaders have a chance to convene? Award-winning journalist Tina Brown gives us some insight into her annual “Women in the World Summit”, now in its seventh year of enriching the lives of women through the stories of female trailblazers.
Small government, low taxes and fiscal restraint. Words synonymous with the origins of the tea party. Or are they? Author Jeff Nesbit was in the room when he witnessed the beginning of an alliance between big oil and big tobacco that would align with the aims of the tea party movement.
In part two of our candid conversation with former Democratic Sen. Bob Kerrey, he tells us why he’s backing Hillary Clinton even though he’s critical of her time as Secretary of State. The former Nebraska governor also shares his disappointment on how Congress has handled President Barack Obama’s Supreme Court nominee.
Move over Elmo, Grover, Oscar and Big Bird — there’s a new character coming to Sesame Street and her name is Julia. She’s part of a Sesame Workshop’s new nationwide initiative, “Sesame Street and Autism: See Amazing in All Children.” Autism is the fastest-growing developmental disabilities, and we hear from Vice President of Community and Family Engagement Dr. Jeanette Betancourt about how Sesame Workshop’s new initiative aims to help families and children address its challenges.
With the season finale of AMC’s zombie juggernaut “The Walking Dead” on Sunday, we sit down with the man who brought you Rick Grimes and his gang. In the second of our two-part interview, AMC Networks President and CEO Josh Sapan joins us to discuss how the TV network is not only surviving but thriving amid the threat of nearly limitless channels, fractured viewership and competition from online venues.
Under Republican Party rules, a candidate has to win at least 1,237 delegates during the primaries to clinch the presidential nomination. If every candidate falls short, then delegates will choose their nominee at an open convention. Candidate Donald Trump says he expects to have enough delegates to win the nomination over Sen. Ted Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich, but just in case he doesn’t, the New York real estate mogul is working on a plan. American University History Professor Allan Lichtman joins us to discuss the likelihood of a contested Republican National Convention, and how Trump is working to avoid that fate.
The terrorist attacks in Belgium reignited the debate here in America over the surveillance of Muslim communities, with presidential candidate Sen. Ted Cruz stating law enforcement should increase patrols in “Muslim neighborhoods.” How is the Muslim community reacting to these comments? We sit down with Arab American Association of New York Director Linda Sarsour to hear her take.
Are you saving for retirement? If not, you might want to start considering it: about one in five New Yorkers over the age of 65 is living in poverty. For our ongoing initiative “Chasing the Dream: Poverty and Opportunity and America,” we look at the growing problem with AARP New York State Director Beth Finkel and AARP Member Soossan Salmassi. So whether you’re already retired or have just begun to think about it, tune in to hear about the resources available to help you (and your parents and grandparents) make ends meet.
For the first time in its history, The Whitney Museum of American Art gets a new education center. Board of Trustees Co-Chair Laurie M. Tisch and Helena Rubinstein Chair of Education Kathryn Potts join us to share how the museum’s new education space is inspiring children, families and artists.