Author Salman Rushdie joins us to discuss his latest work, “The Golden House,” an epic novel with political undertones set right here in Manhattan. SALMAN RUSHDIE BOOK EVENTS Thursday, September 7 at 8pm – Brooklyn Public Library Friday, November 3 at 7:30pm – 92nd Street Y in New York
We have Broadway royalty in the house as Chita Rivera and Tommy Tune take a detour from their “Chita and Tune” tour, and make a MetroFocus pit stop. 2017-2018 Tour Date: September 16 – Enlow Hall/Kean University, Union, NJ – 7:30 PM September 17 – Enlow Hall/Kean University, Union, NJ – 3:00 PM March 24 – Mayo Performing Arts Center, […]
It’s a night filled with anxiety for both students and their parents as school starts tomorrow. We’ll address the issues you, your child, and even our officials will be tackling this year.
More than 800,000 immigrant “Dreamers” are now caught up in a maelstrom and an uncertain future; plus, the political hypocrisy of hurricane help after Harvey. We’re breaking down both headlines with “Trump’s America” columnist Ellis Henican. Former CBS News correspondent Morton Dean has your preview of the Vietnam story: 43 years after an extraordinary rescue mission. It’s a must-see reunion. Presidents Trump, […]
The first Labor Day passes in a post-Jerry Lewis world. A holiday tradition is now truly over. Tonight, recent reflections from Jerry on the year he made amends with former comedy partner Dean Martin on the MDA telethon.
More than 800,000 immigrant “Dreamers” are now caught up in a maelstrom and an uncertain future; plus, the political hypocrisy of hurricane help after Harvey. We’re breaking down both headlines with “Trump’s America” columnist Ellis Henican.
Tonight, the neighborhood of Chelsea is a neighborhood of sharp contrasts. Home of The High Line, multi-million dollar condos, and tech giants like Google, Chelsea has seen rapid gentrification in the past three decades. And while many residents benefit from the development of the area, some in rent stabilized and public housing continue to struggle as prices and services rise. The New York Times housing reporter Mireya Navarro wrote an article that delved into the gentrification of this neighborhood, the wealth divide, and the anxious people who fear they will be forced out.
Then, he replaced Johnny Carson and made a name for himself on The Tonight Show, and now late-night legend Jay Leno joins us in a one-on-one interview to dish about his time on The Tonight Show, the current state of comedy, his car show Jay Leno’s Garage, and the presidential election. You won’t want to miss it.