The statue debate descends over our city: Should Christopher Columbus be removed from Columbus Circle? Should Peter Stuyvesant’s reported anti-Semitism topple his? And was F.D.R. undeserving of the honor of calling that little piece of land in our harbor “Roosevelt Island”? We discuss which statues should remain and which should be removed in the local area.
It’s been more than 20 years since TWA Flight 800 crashed 12 minutes after take off, off of Long Island, leaving death and unanswered questions in its wake. We’ll look at the claims, and the testimonials, that we may have never gotten the true story of how and why 230 people died that fateful night. With the new school year […]
With the new school year comes hopes and dreams of college for high school seniors and juniors and their parents. But the New York Times’s Frank Bruni has some sobering news: where you go is not who you will be. He’s here to discuss his best-selling book “Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be: An Antidote to the College […]
Mayor de Blasio squares off against Sal Albanese in the first New York City Mayoral debate of the upcoming race for City Hall. Missed it? Fear not! We have the recap that every New Yorker should see, and analysis we will all find helpful! After stating that he favors defunding the arts and humanities programs, the President and the First Lady announce they […]
We’re going back 40 years to “disco” Manhattan: where the place to be was Studio 54, when the dance floor became the social scene, and the pulse of Manhattan was set to a throbbing beat. Who better than a cowboy to take us there! The Village People’s Randy Jones will be here with memories of those halcyon nights in the […]
After stating that he favors defunding the arts and humanities programs, the President and the First Lady announce they will not be attending this year’s Kennedy Center Honors after some recipients announce they will skip festivities to protest the President’s politics. All this, and his entire Arts and Humanities Council quits, citing the same. The Creative Coalition’s Robin Bronk is here with reaction.
Mayor de Blasio squares off against Sal Albanese in the first New York City Mayoral debate of the upcoming race for City Hall. Missed it? Fear not! We have the recap that every New Yorker should see, and analysis we will all find helpful!
A new and deadly disease being spread via ticks in the Tri-State. The details of that, and best-selling author Ally Hilfiger joins us with her harrowing tale of surviving Lyme disease. “Houston, we have a New Yorker”! One of our Long Island neighbors becomes a part of NASA’s next team to explore space. She’ll join us with details about her mission. […]
Brad Thor has made our collective hearts beat faster with each word he puts to paper. Find out what is behind his latest best-selling thriller “Use of Force.”