We have the latest push to get “Dreamers” legal help from New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer. Shaquille O’Neal giving back! The basketball great goes back to his hometown of Newark and shares his passion and gratitude to the ‘Boys and Girls Clubs of America.’ It’s an intimate, thoughtful, and personal side of Shaq you don’t often get to see. […]
Shaquille O’Neal giving back! The basketball great goes back to his hometown of Newark and shares his passion and gratitude to the ‘Boys and Girls Clubs of America.’ It’s an intimate, thoughtful, and personal side of Shaq you don’t often get to see.
Who is Mayor Bill de Blasio? What do we really know about him even after one term? A New York professor with unprecedented access to the city’s First Family answers those very questions in his a new book, “The Pragmatist: Bill de Blasio’s Quest to Save the Soul of New York.” He’ll join us for an exclusive interview. As Ken […]
“The Settlement Houses”: True “Treasures of New York” that have been providing help and opportunities to our neighbors in need for over 100 years!
Previously aired on September 11, 2017. As the nation faces threats on many fronts, we look back at the “Legacies of War: Vietnam.”
Nicole Malliotakis wants to be the first female Mayor of the City of New York, and she is not letting Bill de Blasio stand in her way. Tonight, in a “MetroFocus” exclusive, the Republican candidate will be here to lay out her vision for the city, and how she plans to unseat the incumbent and take City Hall. Ken Burns has […]
A true “Treasure of New York.” Come take a look at the mighty, majestic, and magnificent Erie Canal.
What do you call a man who has produced some of the most iconic Broadway hits in history, with a seven decade resume that includes “West Side Story,” “Fiddler on the Roof,” “Cabaret,” “Evita,” and so many others? That title would be “Prince,” Hal Prince to be exact, and we are pleased to have theater royalty join us as Mr. […]
The inside story of a little family owned bank in Chinatown that helped the community, and how they were targeted during the subprime mortgage meltdown. We talk to the director of “Frontline- Abacus: Small Enough to Jail” for all the details.