Bill Nye “The Science Guy” is back! Let us introduce you to the “real” man behind the microscope. Aired on October 25, 2017.
NYC Commissioner for International Affairs, Penny Abeywardena, and high-school activist Fatoumata Cisse highlight the NYC Junior Ambassadors Initiative, connecting 7th graders across all five boroughs to the United Nations. The deadline to apply for the program is October 6th: nyc.gov/nycja
A dire crisis in Puerto Rico gets worse, and a frightening situation is unfolding. New York State Assemblyman Luis Sepúlveda is here is with information on what we can all do to help right now.
A lot of the beauty that remains of old New York is due to the hard work of the landmarks preservation movement, and the hard work of the people who identified and saved these true “Treasures of New York.”
A true “Treasure of New York.” Come take a look at the mighty, majestic, and magnificent Erie Canal.
After Sandy, in the wake of Irma, and as Jose heads our way; are we prepared for a major hurricane? Irma was a not so gentle reminder that it’s time to ensure that we are ready for when, not if, the next superstorm hits! In an exclusive interview, Joseph Esposito, the Commissioner of New York City Emergency Management is here […]
You don’t have to travel to the far corners of the earth or invest in a pricey plane ticket for a great summer adventure. There’s still a few weeks left of summer and MetroFocus offers a bevy of summer-themed stories to make planning the perfect last minute day trip or staycation a breeze. Here are some of the highlights: […]
New Yorkers rally for immigrants’ rights as they prepare for President Trump’s expected decision to pull the “Dreamer” program on or before September 5th. New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer will join us with details on a plan to help immigrants get on the path to citizenship. This week marks the 20th Anniversary of Princess Diana’s death. Tonight, we look back […]