“Arts should be a right, not a privilege” says Laurie Tisch of the Laurie M. Tisch Illumination Fund. And the results of her work for New Yorkers is evident in this must see interview. Learn more about the work of the Center for Arts Education’s Career Development Program.
Neo-lithic, not natural, but definitely awe-inspiring, and it has us all stopping in our tracks in the middle of the street, year after year. It’s Manhattanhenge, the day that the sun aligns itself with Manhattan’s skyscrapers and avenues and gives a gift that is somewhat Stonehenge, and somewhat Star Wars. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is the man who coined the […]
We’re getting a glimpse of Four Freedoms Park, a true “Treasure of New York” that honors the legacy of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s Four Freedoms speech that changed history.
Sidney Blumenthal was one of Bill and Hillary Clinton’s most trusted advisors, so what advice does he have for President Trump? We hear from him tonight. Then, it was on this day back in 1966 that Fred Rogers opened up his neighborhood to kids, and that introduction matters as much today as it did back then! We’ll tell you why. Next, […]
Three violent juvenile offenders may be behind bars but while they’re grappling with their demons, they create something no one would ever expect. Find out in the new PBS Independent Lens documentary “They Call Us Monsters.”
Tony Bennett may have left his heart in San Francisco, but he’s here in the big apple, living “the good life”. Find out why at 90 years young, he says, “The Best is yet to Come”.
BREAKING: TIMES SQUARE TRAGEDY A car plowed into a crowd of pedestrians, killing one and injuring more than a dozen people in New York’s busy Times Square during the lunchtime rush. We’re on scene. WHAT HAPPENS NEXT? What will happen next as the newly appointed special counsel, Robert Mueller investigates the relationship between President Trump’s campaign and Russian officials? […]