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A Helping Hand for Haiti: Nonprofit Brings Photography Program to Children of Haiti

In the final part of our series, A Helping Hand for Haiti, NY1's Erin Clarke takes a closer look at a photography program started by a volunteer that has left a lasting impression on kids in the country.

03/28/2014 08:30 PM

A Helping Hand for Haiti: Nonprofit's Mission Relies Heavily on Volunteer Impact

In the fourth part of our series, A Helping Hand for Haiti, NY1's Erin Clarke takes a look at what it's like to participate as a volunteer in the New York-based nonprofit Edeyo Foundation's service trips.

03/27/2014 08:30 PM

A Helping Hand for Haiti: Program Teaches Skills to Supplement Dwindling Aid

In the third part of our series, A Helping Hand for Haiti, NY1's Erin Clarke looks at a program the Edeyo Foundation thinks will help continue its mission as the earthquake that devastated the country four years ago becomes a distant memory.

03/26/2014 08:30 PM

A Helping Hand for Haiti: Edeyo School Provides Relief for Students and Their Families

In the second part of our series, A Helping Hand for Haiti, NY1's Erin Clarke introduces us to the children and parents who are directly supported by the Edeyo Foundation -- a New York City based non-profit organization whose mission is to educate children there to equip them with the proper resources and access to better opportunities.

03/25/2014 08:30 PM

A Helping Hand for Haiti: NYC Nonprofit Uses Funds to Provide Free Education

In the first part of our week-long series, NY1's Erin Clarke introduces a nonprofit started by New Yorkers that works to help advance education in Haiti.

03/24/2014 08:30 PM

Women's History Month 2014: Carmen Fariña Battled Discrimination While Moving Up the Ranks

NY1 concludes our coverage of Women's History Month with Carmen Fariña, the city's new schools chancellor, who worked her way up through the ranks, which she says included battling institutionalized discrimination against women within the very system she now runs.

<em>Women's History Month 2014:</em> Carmen Fariña Battled Discrimination While Moving Up the Ranks

03/21/2014 11:38 PM

Cyberbullying: No Charges to Be Filed in 2012 Death of SI Student Who Was Allegedly Bullied

Police have wrapped up their investigation into the death of a Staten Island teenager who took her own life back in 2012, and while accusations of bullying surrounded the case, no one will be charged.

<em>Cyberbullying:</em> No Charges to Be Filed in 2012 Death of SI Student Who Was Allegedly Bullied

03/01/2014 05:00 PM

Black History Month 2014: Washington Closes Out Month With High-Profile Events

Black History Month wrapped up this week with some high-profile events in Washington that were meant both to pay tribute to stories of African-American success and to encourage the next generation to aspire to greatness.

<em>Black History Month 2014:</em> Washington Closes Out Month With High-Profile Events

02/28/2014 10:22 PM

The Beatles: Yesterday and Today, Part 3: Documentary Filmmaker Reflects on Filming The Beatles

In an acclaimed 60-year career, documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles has made films on subjects ranging from door to door Bible salesmen to the infamous mother and daughter in Grey Gardens, but he will always have a connection to The Beatles and February 1964.

<em>The Beatles: Yesterday and Today, Part 3:</em> Documentary Filmmaker Reflects on Filming The Beatles

02/06/2014 09:22 PM

Super Bowl Sets Record for Most Watched TV Event in U.S. History

More than 111.5 million viewers tuned into Sunday night's big game, making it the most watched television event in U.S. history.

Super Bowl Sets Record for Most Watched TV Event in U.S. History

02/03/2014 11:36 PM

2013 In Memoriam Year In Review: NY1 Looks Back on Notable Figures Who Passed

The world lost many acclaimed and notable people this calendar year. Here's NY1's tribute to the public figures who passed away in 2013.

2013 In Memoriam Year In Review: NY1 Looks Back on Notable Figures Who Passed

01/01/2014 05:24 PM

NY100: Queens’ Mary Hughes Started Her Journey Teaching In Jim Crow-Era South Carolina

As a school teacher in the South during the height of the Jim Crow era, Mary Hughes has come a long way from Kingstree, South Carolina. When the Queens grandmother celebrated her birthday, she said she's proud of her heroic journey.

<em>NY100:</em> Queens’ Mary Hughes Started Her Journey Teaching In Jim Crow-Era South Carolina

12/11/2013 11:03 PM

Sandy One Year Later: Reminders Of Sandy Damage Remain At Coney Island Precinct

A year after Hurricane Sandy, some police properties are still showing signs of all of the damage caused by the storm, including a precinct on Coney Island that took a direct hit.

<em>Sandy One Year Later:</em> Reminders Of Sandy Damage Remain At Coney Island Precinct

Updated 11/03/2013 10:50 AM

New York Film Festival 2013: 'Dazed' Stars Celebrate 20 Years Of Cult-Fueled Success

The Film Society of Lincoln Center recently celebrated the 20th anniversary of Richard Linklater's "Dazed and Confused" during this year's New York Film Festival.

<em>New York Film Festival 2013:</em> 'Dazed' Stars Celebrate 20 Years Of Cult-Fueled Success

10/16/2013 12:00 PM

Art Exhibit On Display At Grand Central As Part Of 100th Anniversary

Grand Central Terminal is turning into an art gallery as part of its 100th anniversary celebration, as an exhibit in the terminal's dining concourse called "On Paper/Grand Central at 100" is on display.

Art Exhibit On Display At Grand Central As Part Of 100th Anniversary

10/15/2013 07:10 PM

Hispanic Heritage Week 2013: Classical Musica Group On A Rhythmic Mission

As NY1 continues its Hispanic Heritage Month coverage, we take a look at Musica de Camara which aims to bring classical music performed by Latinos to the forefront.

<em>Hispanic Heritage Week 2013:</em> Classical Musica Group On A Rhythmic Mission

10/07/2013 12:48 PM

NY1 Reports: Understanding The Affordable Care Act, Part 1

In our first installment of our six-part series on the momentous reforms, NY1 health reporter Erin Billups takes a look at the impact of the gradual changes made in our healthcare system since the Affordable Care Act was signed into law in March 2010 and the fast approaching implementation of what's considered the focal point of the controversial reform laws.

NY1 Reports: Understanding The Affordable Care Act, Part 1

07/21/2013 11:30 PM

Pride Week 2013: Bronx Advocates Work To Connect To LGBT Community After Closure Of Borough's Only Center

Months after a scandal led to the closing of the only LGBTQ center in the Bronx, community advocates are pushing to fill the void.

<i>Pride Week 2013:</i> Bronx Advocates Work To Connect To LGBT Community After Closure Of Borough's Only Center

06/28/2013 11:39 PM

NY1 Online: E3 Wrap-Up 2013: Let The Games Begin [Full Program]

NY1 VIDEO: Adam Balkin showcases the highlights of the 2013 E3 video game expo in Los Angeles in this special report, "Let The Games Begin." [30 minutes]

<i>NY1 Online:</i> E3 Wrap-Up 2013: Let The Games Begin [Full Program]

06/23/2013 05:38 PM

NY1 Online: "What's Reel?" 2013 Tribeca Film Festival Special

NY1 VIDEO: George Whipple looks back at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival in the NY1 special, "What's Reel?" [30 minutes]

<i>NY1 Online:</i> "What's Reel?" 2013 Tribeca Film Festival Special

05/07/2013 07:00 PM

Fashion Week: Making Sense Of Style, Post-Fashion Week

After the rush of Fashion Week, many style-watchers are left wondering what it all means. While the looks are for fall, many of the trends are already happening right now, and with the Oscars behind us, new styles emerge.

<i>Fashion Week:</i> Making Sense Of Style, Post-Fashion Week

02/25/2013 05:30 AM

Black History Month: Longest-Tenured NAACP Employee Helped Organize March On Washington

Among the organizations who sponsored the March on Washington was the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. NY1's Jon Weinstein sat down with one woman who helped make the march happen.

<i>Black History Month:</i> Longest-Tenured NAACP Employee Helped Organize March On Washington

02/21/2013 11:50 PM

2012 Business Year In Review: Fiscal Cliff Uncertainty Clouds Wall Street Picture

The ongoing drama over the fiscal cliff negotiations in Washington made for volatile trading in the last week of the year on Wall Street. With that backdrop, NY1's Diane King Hall has market predictions from Wall Street experts for 2013 from the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

<i>2012 Business Year In Review:</i> Fiscal Cliff Uncertainty Clouds Wall Street Picture

01/01/2013 11:28 AM

Sound Off On Sandy: Gerritsen Beach

New Yorkers tell NY1 how they feel about city, state, and federal officials' handling of relief efforts.

<i>Sound Off On Sandy:</i> Gerritsen Beach

12/04/2012 03:55 PM

NY1 At 20: 1997 Report Covers Man Who Purposely Infected Dozens With HIV

In October 1997, the country was disturbed by the story of Nushawn Williams, a Brooklyn man accused of purposely infecting dozens of women with HIV, both in upstate New York and in the city.

<i>NY1 At 20:</i> 1997 Report Covers Man Who Purposely Infected Dozens With HIV

10/30/2012 04:04 PM

Fashion Week: Rachel Zoe Channels Fashion Icons; Nanette Lepore Pumps Up Pastels

Rachel Zoe brings menswear-inspired suits to the runway while Nanette Lepore's modern silhouettes are inspired by the porcelain room in Charlottenburg Palace in Berlin.

<i>Fashion Week:</i> Rachel Zoe Channels Fashion Icons; Nanette Lepore Pumps Up Pastels

09/18/2012 08:02 PM

NY1 At 20 Shoutout: Composer-Actor Lin-Manuel Miranda Performs A NY1 Rap

Composer and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda congratulates NY1 on its 20 years of reporting on New York City with a NY1 anniversary rap.

<i>NY1 At 20 Shoutout:</i> Composer-Actor Lin-Manuel Miranda Performs A NY1 Rap

Updated 09/12/2012 03:51 PM

Pride Week 2012: Same-Sex Couples Marry In NYS For First Time

History was made when New York legalized same-sex marriage in 2011. NY1 continues its Pride Week series by bringing the stories of two couples who were recently married.

<i>Pride Week 2012:</i> Same-Sex Couples Marry In NYS For First Time

06/22/2012 11:00 PM

Korean Sound Wave: "Wonder Girls" Await All-English Album Release

Korean girls group Wonder Girls persevered through challenges to have success in America. They now await an all-English release.

<i>Korean Sound Wave</i>: "Wonder Girls" Await All-English Album Release

05/31/2012 11:00 PM

Asian-American Week: Councilwoman's Response Spurs Flushing Asian-American Community To Emerge

In 1996, then-Flushing City Councilwoman Julia Harrison made controversial remarks to the New York Times about her constituency's growing Asian-American population, leading that population to unify and have its voice heard in government.

<i>Asian-American Week</i>: Councilwoman's Response Spurs Flushing Asian-American Community To Emerge

05/24/2012 10:08 PM

Tribeca Film Fest '12: Sexy Crime Caper "Freaky Deaky" Gets A Premiere

The grimy backstreets of 1970s Los Angeles come to life in "Freaky Deaky," a new black comedy that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, and NY1's Michelle Park spoke with its stars Michael Jai White, Crispin Glover, Andy Dick and Breanne Racano.

<i>Tribeca Film Fest '12:</i> Sexy Crime Caper "Freaky Deaky" Gets A Premiere

05/03/2012 07:32 PM

"The Descendants" Close Out New York Film Festival

The 49th annual New York Film Festival came to a close Sunday night with the world premiere of "The Descendants," the first film from director Alexander Payne since 2004's critically acclaimed "Sideways", starring actor George Clooney.

"The Descendants" Close Out New York Film Festival

10/17/2011 10:52 AM

Hispanic Heritage Month: Local Latina Authors Share Untold Stories With Worldwide Readers

Three New York authors profiled in NY1's latest Hispanic Heritage Week piece write about their experiences and try to fill what they call a "void" in Latino literature.

<i>Hispanic Heritage Month:</i> Local Latina Authors Share Untold Stories With Worldwide Readers

10/09/2011 12:31 PM

Chinatown "Take Out" Project Has Artists, Restaurants Exchange Art

NY1's celebration of Asian American Heritage Week continues in Chinatown, where several Chinese restaurants and contemprary artists are creating a unique cultural exchange in a project that is up through July.

Chinatown "Take Out" Project Has Artists, Restaurants Exchange Art

05/29/2011 04:19 PM

"Limelight" Sheds New Light On Club's Owner

For New Yorkers of a certain age, The Limelight epitomized the city's vibrant nightclub scene in the 1980's and 90's. Now a new documentary that had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival tells the story of owner Peter Gatien and his battle with the city.

"Limelight" Sheds New Light On Club's Owner

04/30/2011 08:00 PM

Relatives Of Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Victims Keep Lessons From Tragedy Alive

People who lost family members in the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire joined a Friday procession to Greenwich Village to remember relatives lost a century ago, and to stress that New York City cannot forget the lessons learned from the tragedy.

Relatives Of Triangle Shirtwaist Fire Victims Keep Lessons From Tragedy Alive

Updated 03/25/2011 09:21 PM

2010 Business In Review: Wall Street Rallies But Main Street Continues To Suffer

The official end of the recession came in 2010. And, although the situation on Wall Street improved dramatically over the year, economic conditions for Main Street still showed distress.

<em>2010 Business In Review:</em> Wall Street Rallies But Main Street Continues To Suffer

01/01/2011 05:43 PM

Testing His Legacy: Klein Pushes Buttons When Seeking Public Input

In the fourth part of NY1's series on Joel Klein's legacy, education reporter Lindsey Christ looks at the public perception of the chancellor and his relationship with the community.

<i>Testing His Legacy:</i> Klein Pushes Buttons When Seeking Public Input

12/30/2010 05:22 PM

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