New York City is a storied cultural mecca, and Broadway theater is an essential part of that identity. This summer MetroFocus has pulled back the curtain on some of the productions and stars – both current and former – of the Great White Way. Catch up on July’s Arts news from MetroFocus. Bandstand The Tony Award-winning musical about the […]
Previously aired on March 22, 2017. Former undocumented immigrant turned New York Congressman Adriano Espaillat wants all immigration enforcement officers to wear body cameras to protect the civil rights of all being questioned, whether in this country legally or illegally. We have the details.
President Trump throws his support behind a controversial immigration proposal while here at home, cracking down on gang violence and fixing our crumbling infrastructure are in focus. Long Island Congressman Lee Zeldin is here to tackle those issues and share his view from Capitol Hill. 40 years ago, our city was on edge as the “Son of Sam” serial killer taunted police […]
It’s the stuff that baseball dreams are made of: the 1926 world series, Babe Ruth, a boy fighting for his life, and a home run promised by the Bambino that turned into three, assuring a Yankees victory over the St. Louis Cardinals and a place in history. We’re taking you back to that fateful day still revered as epic in […]
40 years ago, our city was on edge as the “Son of Sam” serial killer taunted police while hunting his next victims. One of the survivors of David Berkowitz’s deadly rampage takes us back to that terrible time. His story will be featured on Investigation Discovery’s “Son of Sam: The Hunt for a Killer.”
An inside look at the upcoming transit hearings and reaching an end to our on-going days of delays. Plus, an exclusive from NYC Council Member Ydanis Rodriguez. New York is an urban heat island! A place where fewer trees and large communities create an effect that keeps our temperatures rising! We’re going to the heart of this phenomenon. “Though she […]