Democratic Congressman Sean Maloney is on a mission to inform. He disagrees with President Trump on healthcare, and he has had enough of his Republican counterparts avoiding town halls and their angry constituents who are demanding answers. His solution? He’s taking their place! Congressman Maloney will be joining us to discuss. Next, views of New York like you’ve never seen […]
New York and the rest of the world are on high alert after this weekend’s terror attacks in London. We’re breaking down what the NYPD is doing behind the scenes to keep us safe at home.
As Gay Pride Month begins, we get reaction to the Trump presidency and what it means for the LGBT community from noted author, talk show host, and activist Michelangelo Signorile. Next, Broadway’s big hit “Come from Away” is about a small town overrun by travelers in the aftermath of 9/11. Two of its stars, Jenn Colella and Beverley Bass, the real-life […]
In just the first 31 days of 2017, there were seven overdose deaths and a total of 18 suspected overdoses on Staten Island – and that’s just a small sliver of the larger drug epidemic plaguing the borough and the city. Staten Island District Attorney Michael McMahon is here with a plan that may not only help his community, but […]
“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.