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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

Soul's Survivors: Darlene Love's Voice Still Powerful At 71

In his fifth piece celebrating Black Music Month, NY1's Dean Meminger shines the spotlight on legendary back up singer Darlene Love, who, at 71, is rejuvenated and ready to sing many more years.

<i>Soul's Survivors:</i> Darlene Love's Voice Still Powerful At 71

06/29/2013 11:23 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.

06/28/2013 11:39 PM

Pride Week 2013: Transgender NYers Fight Discrimination In The Workplace

Many transgender New Yorkers say it's hard to get or even keep a job just because of who they are, and in Jackson Heights, many are fighting for acceptance and better laws to protect them.

06/28/2013 12:36 AM

Pride Week 2013: Same-Sex S.I. Couple Excited For Full Military Benefits

For one Staten Island couple, the Supreme Court's decision on the Defense Of Marriage Act came at just the right time. The women are getting married later this week, just before one of them will be deployed overseas, and on Wednesday they were thrilled that the court's ruling could give them access to full military benefits.

06/26/2013 11:00 PM

Pride Week 2013: Seniors Enjoy Weekly Program At Brooklyn Pride Center's New Location

The Brooklyn Community Pride Center now has all of its programming, including a weekly senior program, under one roof in MetroTech, allowing it to expand its outreach.

06/25/2013 10:36 PM

Pride Week 2013: New Doc Explores Issues In Elder LGBT Community

NY1's celebration of Pride Week continues with a look at "Before You Know It," a new documentary on the elder LGBT community that has just had its New York premiere.

06/24/2013 09:43 PM

Pride Week 2013: Asian LGBTQ Community Voices Own Need For Equality

As Pride Week gets under way in New York City, NY1 turns its focus to the LGBT community's pursuit of civil rights, including a look at how gay Asians say they are struggling to find their voice as they fight for issues like immigration reform.

06/24/2013 11:47 AM

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.

01/01/2013 11:28 AM

2012 Sports Year In Review: Fans Go Wild For Linsanity, Tebow, Manning

The New York Giants kicked off 2012 by parading down the Canyon of Heroes fresh off their Super Bowl win, while Linsanity at the Garden and the Jets' "Tebow Time" also dominated sports headlines.

12/31/2012 10:59 AM

2012 State Government Year In Review: Political Parties Spar Over Redistricting, State Senate Control

It was a busy election year in Albany, as both parties wrangled over new district lines created because of new census data, and Republicans in the Senate somehow managed to retain power despite losing their majority. Governor Andrew Cuomo, meanwhile, got tough with unions as he pushed for legalized gambling.

12/27/2012 10:16 PM

2012 Travel Year In Review: Air Travelers Get New Rules, Japan Promotes Tourism Again

From disasters to new passenger rights, 2012 saw a lot of happenings in the world of travel.

12/27/2012 10:28 AM

2012 Mayor's Year In Review: Sandy, Sodas, Gun Control On Bloomberg's Agenda

Mayor Michael Bloomberg kicked off 2012 with a big celebrity kiss, but he is ending his second-to-last year in office on a somber note, as the city is trying to recover from Hurricane Sandy and the mayor is urging Washington lawmakers to enact tougher gun laws in the wake of a deadly shooting.

Updated 12/27/2012 04:31 PM

2012 Sound Advice Year In Review: Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Green Day Highlight Year's Acts In NYC

WFUV DJ Eric Holland has the best of Sound Advice from 2012, including Rodriguez, Bruce Springsteen, Madonna, Green Day and more.

Updated 12/27/2012 10:24 AM

2012 Business Year In Review: Facebook's IPO, Big Brands Shake Up Leadership

Facebook going public, CEO shakeups, a historical closure at the New York Stock Exchange and at year's end, word that the exchange itself may be bought by an Atlanta-based exchange.

12/25/2012 11:58 AM

2012 Fashion Year In Review: Lacoste Celebrates 80th Anniversary, Betsey Johnson Makes Comeback

From fashion week to financial woes, from anniversaries to raising awareness, the fashion world was full of headlines in 2012.

12/24/2012 12:00 PM

2012 International Year In Review: Fighting Continues In Many Embattled Regions, U.S. Consulate Attacked

In international news this year, civil unrest, the bombing in Benghazi and economic uncertainty in Europe rocked the worldwide headlines. But it wasn't all bad news as Michael Phelps became the most decorated athlete in Olympics history and Prince William and wife Kate Middleton announce they are expecting.

12/22/2012 12:15 PM

2012 Election Year In Review: Obama Wins Second Term, Leaves GOP Thinking About Future

NY1's Josh Robin takes a look back at the long and expensive race for the White House in a year when the GOP was confident President Obama would be limited to just four years in office.

12/21/2012 11:22 AM

2012 National Year In Review: Shooting Tragedies Renew Nation's Gun Debate

NY1's Cheryl Wills takes a look back at some of the major stories making national headlines this year, including the massacre of 20 school children and six administrators just weeks ago in a quiet town in Connecticut.

12/20/2012 10:40 AM

2012 Theater Year In Review: Broadway Ticket Sales Top $1 Billion For Third Straight Year

While Broadway posted its best year yet in ticket sales, only four shows that debuted in 2012 are expected to last the winter.

12/19/2012 05:30 AM

2012 Technology Year In Review: Many Tablet Launches Rev Up Consumer Demand

NY1's Adam Balkin wraps up this year in technology -- from tablets to 3D printing.

12/17/2012 06:36 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Gerritsen Beach

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

12/04/2012 03:55 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Rockaway Beach

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

12/03/2012 01:32 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Midland Beach

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

11/28/2012 12:23 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Rockaway Beach

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

11/27/2012 04:01 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Sea Gate

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

11/27/2012 04:01 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Red Hook

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

11/20/2012 01:31 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Red Hook

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

11/20/2012 01:31 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Arverne

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

11/15/2012 04:33 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Arverne

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

11/15/2012 04:33 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Red Hook

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

11/15/2012 03:39 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Rockaway Beach

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

11/15/2012 03:39 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Red Hook

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

11/15/2012 03:39 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Red Hook

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

11/14/2012 05:42 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Far Rockaway

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

11/13/2012 02:53 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Far Rockaway

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

11/13/2012 02:48 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Far Rockaway

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

11/13/2012 02:48 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Midland Beach

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

11/13/2012 02:47 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Midland Beach

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

11/13/2012 02:44 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Far Rockaway

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

11/13/2012 02:40 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Midland Beach

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

11/13/2012 02:41 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: East Flatbush, Ocean Village

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

11/13/2012 02:40 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Midland Beach

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

11/13/2012 02:38 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Red Hook

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

11/13/2012 02:36 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Far Rockaway

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

11/13/2012 02:36 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Bayside

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

11/13/2012 02:36 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Far Rockaway

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

11/13/2012 02:33 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Far Rockaway

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

11/13/2012 02:33 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Far Rockaway

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

11/13/2012 02:27 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Bayside

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

11/13/2012 02:28 PM

Sound Off On Sandy: Far Rockaway

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

11/13/2012 02:27 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.

10/30/2012 04:04 PM

NY1 At 20: Verdict Renews Riot Tensions In Crown Heights

On October 29, 1992, tensions once again rose in Crown Heights after a man accused of stabbing a Hasidic Jew during the Crown Heights riots was acquitted of criminal charges. As we take a look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Mike Gilliam's piece on the protests that followed the verdict.

10/29/2012 05:39 AM

NY1 At 20: 2005 Report Looks Back At When Maple Scent Flooded The City

On October 28, 2005, there was something in the air in New York City and it smelled like maple syrup. NY1's Molly Kroon filed this report on that day about the efforts to sniff out the source of the smell that had New Yorkers wrinkling their noses and officials scratching their heads.

10/28/2012 08:14 PM

NY1 At 20: 1994 Report Looks At Hedda Nussbaum's Fight Against Domestic Violence

In the late 1980s, Hedda Nussbaum became the public face of domestic violence, testifying against her partner following the brutal death of their adopted daughter. On Oct. 27, 1994, Hedda Nussbaum was back in the headlines and on the stand, as she fought for the right to sue Joel Steinberg for a decade of physical abuse.

10/27/2012 10:11 AM

NY1 At 20: 1996 Report Follows Yankees' World Series Win

While a trip to the World Series is not in the cards for the Yankees this year, the current three year drought is nothing compared to the 18 years the team went without a ring, following their 1978 World Series win. Faithful fans were forced to wait until October 26, 1996 to see the Bombers bring home another championship. As we take a look back at 20 years of NY1, the station re-visits Budd Mishkin's report on their come from behind defeat of the Atlanta Braves.

10/26/2012 10:08 AM

NY1 At 20: 2005 Report Looks Back At Giants Co-Owner Mara's Life, Legacy

He was one of the most respected figures in New York sports history. Wellington Mara spent more than 80 years with the New York Giants: First as a ball boy, later as co-owner. He died on October 25, 2005 at the age of 89. As we take a look back at 20 years os NY1, the station re-visits Budd Mishkin's report on Mara's lifetime career with Big Blue.

10/25/2012 11:02 AM

NY1 At 20: 2005 Report Looks Back At Life Of Rosa Parks

Her story is one for the history books. When she died on October 24, 2005, Rosa Parks was remembered not just for her refusal to give up her bus seat, but for the chain of events her act of defiance set off that would ultimately change the country. As we take a look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Lewis Dodley's report on Park's life and legacy.

10/24/2012 10:45 AM

NY1 At 20: 2008 Report Follows Contentious Term Limits Vote

A major vote by the City Council in October of 2008 reshaped the city's political future, as the mayor won his battle to run for another term in office. As we continue our look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Michael Scotto's report from October 23, 2008 on a contentious day at City Hall.

10/23/2012 09:54 AM

NY1 At 20: 1995 Report Follows Castro's Visit To City For UN Anniversary

The United Nations celebrated its 50th anniversary in October of 1995. Even more dignitaries and heads of state than usual came from around the world to mark the occasion, including Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, who spoke at the Abyssinian Baptist Church in Harlem. As we continue our look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Sharon Dizenhuz's report from October 22, 1995.

10/22/2012 10:00 AM

NY1 At 20: 1998 Report Celebrates Yankees' 24th World Series Win

On October 21, 1998, the New York Yankees completed perhaps the greatest baseball season of all time when they swept the San Diego Padres to win their second World Series in three years. NY1's Steve Cangialosi filed this report on the victorious Bronx Bombers.

10/21/2012 11:04 AM

NY1 At 20: 2011 Report Shows Local Reaction To Death Of Moammar Gadhafi

On October 20, 2011, ousted Libyan dictator Moammar Gadhafi was killed by a mob of rebel opponents. NY1's Jon Weinstein filed a report that day on the leader believed to have plotted the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, which killed 270 people, including the sister of a Staten Island man.

10/20/2012 10:59 AM

NY1 At 20: 1993 Report Follows Parents' Brooklyn School Takeover

In 1993, a group of parents fed up with the way their children were being treated by the Board of Education took matters into their own hands.
P.S. 156 in Brooklyn had been shut down because of asbestos, and students were bused to neighboring schools that were already overcrowded. Dozens of angry parents took over P.S. 156 in protest, refusing to leave the building until their kids got better treatment.
As we continue our look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Michael O'Looney's report from October 19, 1993.

10/19/2012 09:40 AM

NY1 At 20: 2007 Report Looks At Joe Torre's Retirement From Yankees

October 18, 2007 marked the end of an era for Yankee fans. After 12 seasons as manager, and four World Series championships, Joe Torre rejected a low ball contract offer from the team and decided to resign. As we continue our look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Budd Mishkin's report from the day Joe Torre left the Yankees.

10/18/2012 09:56 AM

NY1 At 20: 2008 Report Follows Verdict In Nixzmary Brown Case

The death of 7-year-old Nixzmary Brown shocked the city in 2006. The little girl's stepfather Caesar Rodriguez was charged with beating Nixzmary to death, and her mother - Nixzaliz Santiago - was also charged with first-degree manslaughter and child endangerment. Two years later Santiago was tried in Brooklyn, and Jeanine Ramirez was in the courtroom when the verdict came in. Here's her report from October 17, 2008 as we continue our look back at 20 years of NY1.

10/17/2012 10:13 AM

NY1 At 20: 1995 Report Looks At Reaction To Million Man March

Controversial Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakan made headlines in 1995 with the Million Man March, which was held in Washington D.C. on October 16t Farrakan called on black men from around the country to gather on the National Mall to speak out against the social and economic problems facing the African American community. NY1 was in D.C. for the rally, but back home New Yorkers weighed-in on the high-profile event. As we continue our look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Karim Hajee's October 16, 1995 report on local reaction.

10/16/2012 11:32 AM

NY1 At 20: 2003 Report Chronicles Deadly S.I. Ferry Crash

On October 15, 2003, what's normally a calm and scenic ferry ride from Manhattan to Staten Island turned deadly when the Andrew J. Barberi slammed into a pier at St. George Ferry Terminal. As we take a look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Roger Clark's report on the crash.

10/15/2012 10:08 AM

NY1 At 20: 1994 Report Covers Local Jewish Reaction To Arafat's Nobel Peace Prize

The 1994 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to controversial Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, sparking outrage in New York's Jewish community. NY1's Michael O'Looney filed this report on October 14, 1994, the day Arafat won the Nobel Peace Prize.

10/14/2012 10:58 AM

NY1 At 20: 2010 Report Revisits Rescue Of Chilean Miners

On Aug. 5, 2010, a collapse in a mine in Chile left 33 miners tapped more than 2,000 feet underground. Sixty-nine days later, on Oct. 13, all of the men were rescued. NY1's Ruschell Boone was at a Chilean restaurant in Hell's Kitchen watching with a pumped-up crowd as the last miner was pulled out of the mine and filed the following report.

10/13/2012 10:13 AM

NY1 At 20: 2001 Report Follows Anthrax Scare's Spread To City

Just weeks after the September 11th attacks the city and the nation were facing a new threat. On October 12, 2001, New Yorkers learned that the city had a confirmed case of anthrax. As we take a look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Andrew Siff's report on the investigation.

10/12/2012 10:29 AM

NY1 At 20: 2006 Report Follows Death Of Yankees Pitcher Cory Lidle In Manhattan Plane Crash

On Oct. 11, 2006, a small plane crashed into an apartment building on the Upper East Side. It was being flown by Yankee Pitcher Cory Lidle and a flight instructor.

10/11/2012 10:00 AM

NY1 At 20: 1997 Report Documents Reopening Of Great Lawn

For two years Central Park's Great Lawn was off limits as crews worked to restore the blanket of grass that had in more recent years become a patchwork of dust and dirt.
On October 10, 1997, the lawn reopened. As we take a look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Rebecca Spitz's report on New Yorkers' return to the Great Lawn.

10/10/2012 10:02 AM

20/20 Vision: Most NYers Think Dining Scene Has Improved In Last Two Decades

When it comes to the local restaurant scene, what makes a New York foodie's mouth water in 2012 likely would not even have been on the menu 20 years ago. | See full poll results.

10/09/2012 11:00 PM

NY1 At 20: 1994 Report Looks At Marathon Co-Founder's Legacy

He was the man behind the New York City marathon. Under Fred Lebow's watch, what began as a race that drew less than 150 runners turned into a citywide event that brings out thousands of participants and spectators every year.
Lebow was diagnosed with brain cancer in 1990, but still managed to run the race one final time. He died on October 9th of 1994. As we take a look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Steve Cangialosi's piece on Lebow's life and legacy.

10/09/2012 11:14 AM

20/20 Vision: Optimism Abounds For New York Sports Fans

There have been World Series titles and Super Bowl Championships. New stadiums have risen and Olympic dreams have been crushed. It's been an exciting and, at times, heartbreaking two decades for city sports fans. As NY1's 20/20 Vision series continues, an exclusive NY1/Marist poll asks New Yorkers to weigh in on their favorite teams of the past 20 years and their hopes for the next 20.

10/08/2012 11:00 PM

NY1 At 20: 1995 Report Looks At Where Pope John Paul II Stayed During NYC Visit

Pope John Paul II's 1995 trip to New York City included a whirlwind several days of events. But when he wasn't delivering Mass at the Aqueduct or addressing the faithful in Central Park, the Pope would retreat to the Vatican Residence. NY1's Mia Haugen got a behind-the-scenes look at the rooms where the Pope ate, slept and prayed.

10/08/2012 12:23 PM

20/20 Vision: Poll Finds That Many NYers Say Schools Got Worse In Past 20 Years

City schools have gone through many changes over the past 20 years. But are they better for it? The latest exclusive NY1/Marist poll finds most New Yorkers don't think so.

10/07/2012 11:00 PM

NY1 At 20: 1995 Report Chronicles Pope John Paul II Giving Mass In Central Park

In October 1995, Pope John Paul II made a historic visit to New York City. One of the highlights of his trip was an open-air mass in Central Park.

10/07/2012 10:26 AM

NY1 At 20: 2001 Report Looks At Closing Of TWA Terminal

The TWA terminal at JFK has long been hailed as a model of modernist architecture. But on Oct. 6, 2001, over the objections of preservationists, the terminal was shuttered.

10/06/2012 10:48 AM

NY1 At 20: 2007 Report Follows Dedication Of African Burial Ground

On October 5, 2007, a 16-year push for recognition for those interred in the African Burial Ground in Lower Manhattan came to fruition. A memorial was dedicated to the thousands of free and enslaved African Americans buried there in the late 17th and 18th Centuries. As we take a look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Roger Clark's report on the dedication.

10/05/2012 09:49 AM

NY1 At 20: 1994 Report Follows Twins' Battle For Special Ed Services

For years, NY1 followed the fight over Anastasia and Alba Somoza's education. The twins - who both have cerebral palsy - were thrust into the spotlight when one of the girls asked then-President Clinton to help her sister. As we take a look back at 20 years of NY1, the station revisits Annika Pergament's report from October 4, 1994 on the settlement that would allow both girls to receive the services they needed.

10/04/2012 08:00 AM

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.

06/22/2012 11:00 PM

Pride Week 2012: Memories Of SI Resident's Murder Still Weigh On Community

22 years ago, a man was stabbed to death in a Staten Island community because he was gay. Those in the island's LGBT community still work to keep his memory alive, even as much has changed on the borough to make sure such a crime never happens again.

06/21/2012 11:00 PM

Pride Week 2012: Ali Forney Center Marks A Decade Of Helping Homeless LGBT Youth

The next story in NY1's Pride Week coverage is about the Ali Forney Center, an organization that has been helping homeless lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender youth for a decade.

06/20/2012 11:00 PM

Pride Week 2012: Jackson Heights Among City's Most Popular Places For LGBT Residents

Chelsea has long been a mecca for the city's LGBT community, but a Queens neighborhood has also become a haven for many.

06/19/2012 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.

05/31/2012 11:00 PM

Korean Sound Wave: Master Musician Young Ae Ma Leaves Behind North Korean Repression

NY1's week-long profiles of Korean entertainers trying a make difference in America through their music continues with the story of Young Ae Ma, who escaped the clutches of North Korea to spread her message of hope.

05/30/2012 11:00 PM

Korean Sound Wave: BoA Plans To Replicate Korean, Japanese Success In U.S.

SM Entertainment artist BoA is a superstar in Korea and Japan and will soon be in a movie called Cobu 3D. She's searching for similar success in the United States.

05/29/2012 11:00 PM

Korean Sound Wave: Girls' Generation Applies Pop Formula To U.S. Market

Girls' Generation, a group that's gone where no other Asian artist has gone before, is looking to build on its U.S. exposure following several recent high profile appearances.

05/29/2012 09:50 AM

Korean Sound Wave: Korean-American Star's Popularity Extends To New York

Korean-American recording artist Jay Park not only has millions of fans across Asia and is also developing a following in the United States, particularly in New York.

05/28/2012 11:26 AM

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.

05/24/2012 10:08 PM

Asian-American Week: Parkville Pakistani Community Expands Again

A once-burgeoning Pakistani community in the Parkville section of Brooklyn saw its numbers dwindle after the September 11th attacks, but is starting to rebuild in recent years.

05/23/2012 08:35 PM

Asian-American Week: Booming Asian-American Population In SI Wants Chinatown

2010 Census figures showed a dramatic increase in the number of Asian Americans living on Staten Island and that has some in the community wondering whether a decades-old push to create a Chinatown there could finally become a reality.

05/22/2012 07:38 PM

Asian American Week: Chinese Population In Brooklyn Broadens, Ages

When New Yorkers think of "Chinatown," the Lower East Side, Flushing and Sunset Park come to mind, but there are also other Chinese communities that have emerged and strengthened in Brooklyn over the years.

05/21/2012 11:00 PM

Asian-American Week: Bronx House Provides Cambodian Community With A Place To Pray

To mark Asian-American Heritage Week on NY1, the station revisits communities it has covered over the past two decades. NY1's Shazia Khan filed this report on Cambodian New Yorkers in the Bronx.

05/20/2012 11:00 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.

10/17/2011 10:52 AM

Power Of Dance Fuels 3-D Documentary "Pina"

The 3-D movie has moved from kiddie films and action flicks to legitimate artistic devices, and acclaimed German director Wim Wenders uses the technology with style in "Pina," a documentary about the late dance choreographer Pina Bausch, which premiered Saturday night at the New York Film Festival.

10/16/2011 02:03 PM

Islam-Inspired Super Heroes Make Film Festival Debut In “The 99 — Unbound”

Naif Al-Mutawa's comic book series "The 99," which features super heroes loosely based on the 99 attributes of Allah in the Quran, has been adapted to film and premiered at the New York Film Festival.

10/15/2011 11:18 AM

Banderas Sheds Inhibition In "The Skin I Live In"

Actor Antonio Banderas and film director Pedro Almodovar attended the premiere of their latest film "The Skin I Live In" Wednesday at the 49th annual New York Film Festival.

10/13/2011 12:05 PM

Olsen Brings Oscar Buzz To "Martha Marcy May Marlene"

Actor Elizabeth Olsen, the lesser known sister of the Olsen twins, recently attended the New York Film Festival premiere of her latest film "Martha Marcy May Marlene" where she plays a young girl who escapes from a cult and tries to integrate herself back with her family.

10/12/2011 02:02 PM

Movie About Talmudic Scholars Is No "Footnote" At NY Film Festival

Everyone is a critic when it comes to movies, but when the subject matter is religious scholarship, like Joseph Cedar's "Footnote," the criticism can get a little unusual.

10/11/2011 04:57 PM

Film Fest Star Channels Hollywood Legend Marilyn Monroe

Actor Michelle Williams tries to walk a mile in Marilyn Monroe's shoes in "My Week With Marilyn," which premiered Sunday night at the 49th annual New York Film Festival.

10/10/2011 12:06 PM

New York Gets An Apocalyptic Valentine With NY1's Pat Kiernan

Coverage of the 49th annual New York Film Festival continues with a look at a new end-of-the-world fantasy set in New York City that features NY1's own beloved anchor Pat Kiernan.

10/09/2011 03:47 PM

Lust Meets Vice In McQueen's "Shame"

Director Steve McQueen and actor Michael Fassbender premiered their latest work, "Shame", this week at the 49th annual New York Film Festival.

10/08/2011 03:37 PM

Director Celebrates Film's Restored Discovery At Lincoln Center

As one director recently found out, the New York Film Festival isn't just about new movies, it's also about the preservation and restoration of older films with cultural significance.

10/07/2011 11:17 AM

Edible: NYC Food Film Festival Makes Movie Munchies A Reality

The fifth annual NYC Food Film Festival is about to get started at TriBeCa Cinemas, allowing moviegoers to taste the food they see on-screen

10/07/2011 12:19 AM

Love Triangle Spices Up Psychiatric Tale In "A Dangerous Method"

The life of the mind is on full display in director David Cronenberg's new film "A Dangerous Method," which had its premiere Wednesday at the 49th annual New York Film Festival.

10/06/2011 02:26 PM

Scorsese Documents Life Of George Harrison

Quintessential New York director Martin Scorsese premiered his latest project, a documentary that tackles the life of a rock music icon George Harrison, Tuesday night at the 49th annual New York Film Festival.

10/05/2011 01:31 PM

Dunst, Skarsgard Put Emotions To The "Melancholia" Test

Actors Kirsten Dunst and Alexander Skarsgard hit the red carpet Monday at the 49th annual New York Film Festival to promote their upcoming film "Melancholia," an end-of-the-world fantasy from controversial Danish director Lars von Trier.

10/04/2011 03:18 PM

Nicholas Ray, Director Of "Rebel Without A Cause," Honored At New York Film Festival

Nicholas Ray, acclaimed director of “Rebel Without a Cause” and “In a Lonely Place,” passed away decades ago, but this year’s New York Film Festival presented his experimental film “We Can’t Go Home Again” along with a documentary by widow Susan Ray.

Updated 10/03/2011 03:17 PM

Brooklyn-Based Movie Maker Makes Long-Awaited N.Y. Film Festival Debut

Julia Loktev, a film director from Brooklyn, has realized a lifelong dream by having her new work, "The Loneliest Planet," featured in the 49th annual New York Film Festival.

10/02/2011 03:47 PM

"Carnage" Opens New York Film Festival

Sony Pictures Classics' "Carnage" by director Roman Polanski opened the 49th annual New York Film Festival Friday night with a star-studded red carpet event.

09/30/2011 11:29 PM

New York Film Festival To Offer Wide Range Of Talent

The 49th annual New York Film Festival, which kicks off Friday evening at Lincoln Center, will play host to nearly 70 films over the next two weeks.

09/30/2011 11:45 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.

10/09/2011 12:31 PM

Hispanic Heritage Month: Spanish Language Media Gaining Ground

The large population of Hispanics in New York and the U.S. has helped fuel the growth of new forces in the media.

10/08/2011 08:30 PM

Hispanic Heritage Month: "Story Studio" Program Teaches Hispanic Students English In A Creative Setting

A pilot program is allowing young Hispanic immigrants to learn English through public speaking.

10/07/2011 11:00 PM

Hispanic Heritage Month: Coalition Promotes Redistricting To Better Represent Latino Community In Congress

New York’s Latino community is pushing for more political representation by drafting new proposals for Congressional redistricting.

10/06/2011 11:00 PM

Hispanic Heritage Month: Head Of FBI's City Office Began As A School Teacher

In NY1's ongoing coverage of Hispanic Heritage Month, the station profiled the chief crime fighter in the FBI's New York office, Diego Rodriguez, who started out as a Latino school teacher from Queens.

10/05/2011 11:00 PM

Hispanic Heritage Month: Latinos Make Up Highest Portion Of New Yorkers In Poverty

NY1 continues its coverage of Hispanic Heritage Month with a look at the impact of the recession on the city's Latino communities, and the U.S. 2010 Census finds Hispanics are holding on but have a higher poverty rate than any other group in the city.

10/04/2011 11:19 PM

Hispanic Heritage Month: Latino Businesses Flourish On Staten Island

Staten Island has seen the largest increase in its Latino community than any other borough, prompting many Hispanic businesses to open up shop.

10/04/2011 05:30 PM

Hispanic Heritage Month: NYC's Latino Population Becomes More Diverse, Dispersed

NY1 kicks off its Hispanic Heritage Month coverage with a look at the 2010 U.S. Census, which revealed an explosion in the city's Latino population.

10/03/2011 09:54 AM

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.

05/29/2011 04:19 PM

Korean-American Filmmaker Sheds Light On Dark Times

As part of Asian-American Heritage Week, NY1's Lewis Dodley recently sat down with a Korean-American filmmaker who isn't afraid to tackle the tough issues.

05/28/2011 11:01 PM

Asian American Pop Stars Rise To Success

Asian American pop stars are on the rise, as groups like Far East Movement have placed on the Billboard 100 and it seems they’re only becoming more popular.

Updated 05/27/2011 09:04 PM

Japanese Band Innovates Traditional Music

NY1 continues its celebration of Asian-American artists with a look at Japanese band WaFoo, a musical group looking to bring a unique blend of traditional music, Latin, classical and jazz to Staten Island and beyond

05/26/2011 08:41 PM

Artist Seeks Dialogue Through Bold Creations

NY1 continues its celebration of Asian-American artists with a profile of Chim Chih Yang, who makes vivid work out of mixed media that he hopes will inspire Asian-Americans to speak out.

05/25/2011 08:30 PM

Photographer Chronicles Four Decades Of City's Asian-American Community

NY1 continues its celebration of Asian-American artists with a profile of Brooklyn-based photographer Corky Lee, who has changed the history books by chronicling the city's Asian-American community over the last 40 years.

05/24/2011 11:00 PM

Despite Big Apple Prize, Asian-Americans Struggle In Film Industry

As NY1 celebrates Asian American Heritage this week, we take a look at a growing movement that's underway to create more opportunities for Asians both in front and behind the camera.

05/23/2011 06:54 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.

04/30/2011 08:00 PM

"Stuck Between Stations" A Tale Of Two Cities

New York City and Minneapolis collide in a new romance featuring Michael Imperioli that made its premiere at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.

04/30/2011 11:33 AM

"Everything Must Go" Puts Suburbia In The Spotlight

Will Ferrell leaves comedy behind in his latest film, "Everything Must Go," which premiered this week at the 10th Annual Tribeca Film Festival.

04/29/2011 12:51 PM

"NEDS" Takes Dark Look At Scottish School System

One of the most acclaimed filmmakers showing his work at this year's Tribeca Film Festival is Peter Mullan, a Scottish writer and director best known for 2002's "The Magdalene Sisters." NY1's Neil Rosen sat down with Mullan to talk about his latest film, "NEDS."

04/28/2011 10:08 PM

"Love Hate Love" Shows Terror Victims' Work For Peace

"Love Hate Love," a new September 11th-related documentary that was executive produced by Sean Penn, is making its debut at the Tribeca Film Festival.

04/27/2011 09:18 PM

Tribeca Takes Sober Look At Ozzy Osbourne's Struggle With Addiction

Easter Sunday was the appropriate night to premier the new movie "God Bless Ozzy Osbourne" at the Tribeca Film Festival, as the film deals with a rebirth of sorts for the founder of heavy metal music.

04/27/2011 09:04 PM

Chronicler Of The Electric Car's Demise Now Tells Of Its Return

A filmmaker whose follow-up film is in the Tribeca Film Festival is providing the rare documentary with a somewhat happy ending, as he chronicles the surprising return of the electric car.

04/27/2011 05:51 PM

"Detachment" Covers A School Teacher's Dedication

The film "Detachment," which premiered Monday night at the Tribeca Film Festival, stars Adrien Brody as a substitute school teacher trying to make a difference.

04/26/2011 06:16 PM

On Camera, Love Blooms Then Withers In "The Swell Season"

Art imitates life imitates art in a new music documentary now showing at the Tribeca Film Festival.

04/25/2011 09:32 PM

Julia Roberts Delivers Comedy With Blasphemous Title

"Jesus Henry Christ," a comedy directed by Dennis Lee and co-produced by Hollywood star Julia Roberts and her sister, recently premiered at the 10th annual Tribeca Film Festival in Lower Manhattan.

04/24/2011 03:44 PM

Tribeca Stars Hit The Soccer Field

Famous stars gathered in Manhattan's Pier 40 on Saturday for the the city's first-ever film and entertainment soccer tournament, as part of the Tribeca Film Festival.

04/24/2011 10:24 AM

"Angel's Crest" Stars Hit The Red Carpet

The film "Angel's Crest" -- whose ensemble cast includes Mira Sorvino, Lynn Collins, Thomas Dekker and Jeremy Piven -- opened the 10th Annual Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center.

04/23/2011 12:56 PM

Comedians Make Splash With "The Trip"

Friends Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon put their friendship on display in "The Trip."

04/22/2011 08:32 PM

Kings Of Leon Get Royal Treatment At Tribeca

"Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon" premiered Thursday night at the Tribeca Film Festival.

04/22/2011 03:53 PM

Combat Photographers' True Story Makes Big Impact In Tribeca

The deaths of photojournalists Chris Hondros and Tim Hetherington in Libya this week lent new poignancy to "The Bang Bang Club," which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival on Thursday.

04/21/2011 10:17 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.

Updated 03/25/2011 09:21 PM

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire: Granddaughter Of Doomed Building's Owner Uses Art To Honor Blaze Victims

As a granddaughter of one of the owners of the building where the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire broke out 100 years ago, artist Susan Harris says her life has been shaped by the shadow of the tragedy, and a special exhibit she crafted at the New York City Fire Museum is meant to pay homage to those lost.

Updated 03/25/2011 12:14 AM

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire: Queens Brothers Document Family's Ties To Tragedy

A hundred years after the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, a former Queens state senator and his brother are still trying to preserve the memories of the victims, including three family members.

03/23/2011 11:24 PM

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire: Historian Uncovers Forgotten Names, Graves

The victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire have not been forgotten by at least one genealogist who has been working over the past five years to honor their memories by maintaining their grave sites.

03/22/2011 11:15 PM

NY1 Online: Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire Discussion On "Inside City Hall" 3/21/11

Historians Michael Hirsch and Leigh Benin join United Firefighter Association President Stephen Cassidy to discuss the 100th Anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire on Monday's edition of "Inside City Hall."

03/21/2011 11:11 PM

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire: Workers' Protections Rise From The Ashes

This week marks the 100th anniversary of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire, an event that had a far-reaching impact on workplace safety, the labor movement and the New York political scene.

03/21/2011 07:12 PM

S.I. Families Remember Ancestors Affected By Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

Many Staten Island descendants of victims of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory gathered Sunday at Historic Richmond Town to mark the upcoming 100th anniversary of the city's deadliest industrial fire.

03/21/2011 02:28 PM

Triangle Shirtwaist Fire: Labor Tragedy Still Haunts City A Century Later

A century after the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, the city's worst workplace disaster until the September 11th terrorist attacks, NY1 is taking a week-long look back at the tragedy. NY1's Cheryl Wills filed the following report on why New Yorkers are compelled to remember the occasion 100 years later.

03/21/2011 10:17 AM

Performance Serves As Living Memorial To City Tragedy

This week marks the 100th anniversary of the tragic Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire. The anniversary will be observed by a number of somber ceremonies, but the occasion will also be marked by a number artist interpretations of the event.

03/21/2011 05:30 AM

NY1 Movie Review: "Triangle: Remembering The Fire"

One hundred years after New York's tragic Triangle Shirtwaist Factory fire paved the way for the modern day labor movement, a new HBO documentary, "Triangle: Remembering The Fire," looks at this landmark incident.

03/19/2011 02:34 PM

HBO Features Family Stories In Hundred-Year-Old Labor Tragedy

HBO Documentary Films recently premiered "Triangle: Remembering The Fire," which commemorates the centennial of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire, at New York University in Greenwich Village.

03/16/2011 11:50 AM

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.

01/01/2011 05:43 PM

2010 Cuomo's Year In Review: Political Parlor Game Ends With Major Electoral Win

For Andrew Cuomo, 2010 is unforgettable as the year he became that state's 56th governor. The gubernatorial race was memorable, though perhaps not for its substance.

01/01/2011 12:02 PM

2010 New Yorkers Of The Week In Review: The Best Of New York

NY1 looks back at some of the people and organizations honored as New Yorker of the Week in 2010.

01/01/2011 11:41 AM

2010 Mayor's Year In Review: Bloomberg Navigates Third Term With Ease, Controversy

Third terms are notoriously rough. In the first year of his extra term, Mayor Bloomberg continued to raise his national profile, while dealing with an increasingly weary public closer to home.

12/30/2010 05:37 PM

2010 Sports In Review: NY Teams Struggle Both On, Off The Field

As the Jets and Giants make a push to the playoffs, NY1 takes a look back at the trials and tribulations of the city's sports teams.

12/29/2010 05:44 PM

2010 Governorship In Review: Paterson Legacy Filled With Ups, Downs

It's been a rollercoaster ride for Governor David Paterson who rose to power in the wake of a devastating scandal, only to leave office with a mixed legacy and controversy of his own.

12/28/2010 08:30 PM

2010 Nation In Review: All Eyes On Gulf Oil Spill, Midterm Elections

The year 2010 saw a historic nomination to the Supreme Court, a major environmental catastrophe, and a big rush of political news in the final weeks of the year.

12/27/2010 11:00 PM

2010 FDNY In Review: Budget Cuts, Bar Brawl Challenge Fire Department

Despite lower numbers of firefighters, and the threat of further reductions brought about by budget cuts, the New York City Fire Department made significant progress in protecting the public in 2010.

12/23/2010 03:39 PM

2010 Real Estate In Review: Calmer, More Stable Market Returns

As the books close on 2010, NY1’s Jill Urban takes a look back at how residential market fared during a tough economic time.

12/23/2010 04:07 PM

2010 Theater In Review: The Best Of Broadway

With the year coming to a close, NY1’s Roma Torre looks back at the best of theater for Broadway 2010 and filed the following report.

12/23/2010 02:40 PM

2010 World Trade Center Site Progress In Review: Major Milestones Reached In Redevelopment

In 2010, efforts to rebuild at the World Trade Center site were marked by substantial forward progress.

12/23/2010 11:17 AM

2010 One On 1 In Review: The Best Of 2010

NY1's Budd Mishkin takes a look back at the year's "One on 1" interviews in this half-hour long special.

12/22/2010 03:06 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.

12/30/2010 05:22 PM

Testing His Legacy: Klein Hands Out Grades On Accountability, Progress

In the third segment of NY1's series examining outgoing schools chancellor Joel Klein's legacy, education reporter Lindsey Christ looks at Klein's focus on accountability and test scores.

12/29/2010 07:51 PM

Testing His Legacy: Klein Experiments With Change

During the past eight years, Joel Klein frequently reorganized and revamped the school system. Some call him impatient but others say his urgency was just what the system needed. In the second part of her five-part series, NY1 education reporter Lindsey Christ looks at the pace of change under Chancellor Klein.

12/28/2010 07:03 PM

Testing His Legacy: Klein Begins Tenure With Long List Of Reforms

As longtime Schools Chancellor Joel Klein begins his last week on the job, NY1 is taking a closer look at his impact on the school system during the past eight years.

12/27/2010 06:44 PM

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