Thursday, April 17, 2014
He is one of New York's most respected writers, a Pulitzer Prize winner whose books are frequently on the best-seller list. Now David Halberstam goes One on 1 with Budd Mishkin.
03/25/2007 01:48 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series, "One On 1," with a profile of author and longtime newspaperman Pete Hamill.
03/08/2004 07:45 PM
This week, NY1's Budd Mishkin talks One on 1 with stage and screen actor Ethan Hawke who describes the path that led him to acting, and New York, now his long-time home.
08/27/2007 11:15 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his "One On 1" series with a profile of a man whose work has affected the lives of thousands of young people in New York, Covenant House Executive Director Bruce Henry.
07/10/2006 07:27 PM
Nat Hentoff has been a writer and reporter in New York for almost 60 years and has no plans of straying away from a career that's been both rewarding and eye-opening.
Updated 02/24/2009 09:40 AM
This week on "One On 1," Budd Mishkin profiles Prudential Douglas Elliman CEO Dorothy Herman.
08/02/2005 07:00 PM
Vy Higginsen, the co-writer and director of two new musicals, "We Are!" and "Alive," learned about the power of music growing up on West 126th Street in Harlem, and now, her work, located only seconds from the apartment she grew up in, touches young people from all over the city and theatergoers around the world.
Updated 09/30/2013 08:11 PM
Oscar Hijuelos, a Cuban-American author and previous recipient of the Pulitzer Prize, has written about the struggles of his parents' generation in the past and recently wrote a memoir of his own life and hardships.
Updated 07/12/2011 08:23 PM
Behind so many of the successful and influential is public relations advisor Matthew Hiltzik, a strategist who promotes the good times and manages the bad.
05/21/2012 08:30 PM
In New York, pursuing one career, and then a totally different one seems now to be the norm rather than the exception. But Steve Hindy's resume stands out. Foreign correspondent-turned-beer-entrepreneur is definitely not a title you hear often.
07/09/2007 10:18 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series, "One On 1," with a profile of Caroline Hirsch, a woman who has helped make us laugh for more than two decades
03/29/2004 09:30 PM
From serious writers and B movie actors, John Hodgman has had a lot of influences along the way as he continues to build an unconventional career in comedy.
11/23/2009 11:20 PM
The Bloomberg administration is now in its final two months, and regardless of what happens in the election tomorrow, the work continues for Deputy Mayor Cas Holloway, largely unknown by most New Yorkers and yet extremely influential in city government.
11/04/2013 09:00 PM
In this week's One on 1, Budd Mishkin introduces us to a woman who has increasingly become one of the most influential immigrant voices in the city.
11/20/2007 08:16 PM
Ice T’s connection to New York has been cemented by his role as an NYPD detective on "Law And Order: SVU," but his first love remains the music that changed his life -- rap and hip-hop.
Updated 02/12/2014 06:51 PM
Most admirers of a particular show or movie are savvy enough to separate the actors from their on screen personas. But when it comes to Michael Imperioli, the juxtaposition can be striking.
Updated 01/11/2010 08:45 PM
Dave Isay – the founder of StoryCorps, a non-profit organization that records and preserves the stories of everyday Americans – is passionate about the power of the spoken word.
05/09/2011 05:56 PM
Ever since Hurricane Sandy, NY1's "One On 1" profiles have focused on Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath, and the latest subject, scientist Klaus Jacob, has warned for years about a storm like Sandy.
01/28/2013 08:30 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series, "One On 1," with a profile of radio pioneer Hal Jackson, a man who has been on the air for more than six decades.
02/02/2004 09:59 PM
Mad Magazine artist Al Jaffee is famous for his "fold-in" cartoons, where a question is asked and then answered when the page is folded in, but his first reaction to his trademark feature was that it was a “mutilation.”
Updated 08/19/2008 05:09 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of one of the great dancers in American history; the artistic director of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, Judith Jamison.
01/31/2005 07:29 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a man whose music is popular here and around the world, Wyclef Jean.
07/25/2005 04:43 PM
Betsey Johnson has long been known on the New York fashion scene not only for her designs, but for an act of athletic prowess.
Updated 09/14/2009 09:35 PM
Last week, the Kennedy Center announced this year's honorees including choreographer and dancer Bill T. Jones -- a man who for almost 40 years has used the dance stage as his forum to make us feel and think.
Updated 09/13/2010 08:30 PM
Financial and civil rights pioneer Clarence Jones is clearly not living in the past, but his memories of some of the 20th century's most significant moments could last a lifetime.
01/08/2007 07:09 PM
Community Service Society President and CEO David Jones has worked for more than 40 years to fix the problem of poverty in New York City, and gave up a lucrative corporate law career to help the city of his birth.
11/21/2011 06:09 PM
Singer/songwriter Norah Jones has sold 36 million records worldwide, won numerous Grammy awards and is now starring in her first movie, "My Blueberry Nights."
04/07/2008 05:56 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a woman known for her characters - all of them - Sarah Jones.
02/27/2006 07:35 PM
Kathie-Ann Joseph is the Director of Research in General Surgery and an Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Columbia Medical School, the first black woman appointed a Columbia faculty member in the Department of Surgery.
08/06/2007 05:58 PM
War reporter and best-selling author Sebastian Junger has seen it all. He's lived in some of the most dangerous war zones in modern history and now, after losing his close friend and colleague, he looks back on his life and forward into what may come next. NY1's Budd Mishkin filed the following "One On 1" report in June 2011.
Updated 04/08/2013 08:30 PM
It would be hard to be more of a New Yorker than fashion designer Norma Kamali, as she grew up here, went to school here, and has always had her offices here, but the results of her creativity have long been felt far beyond New York.
04/30/2012 08:03 PM
A living link to the immigrants who left Eastern Europe for New York in the late 19th and early 20th century, accomplished author and centenarian Bel Kaufman feels she has also honored the legacy of her grandfather, renowned Yiddish writer Sholom Aleichem.
Updated 06/07/2011 09:37 AM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series, "One On 1," with a profile of a woman who has been part of New York nightlife for the last 40 years; Elaine Kaufman.
04/12/2004 08:01 PM
It's not often that someone starts a new professional chapter at the age of 70, but that is the current situation for former New York State Chief Judge Judith Kaye.
04/07/2009 12:26 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of the grand marshal of the St. Patrick's Day Parade, a man who has been honored as one of the top Irish-American businessmen on Wall Street, Denis Kelleher.
03/06/2005 08:14 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a man who came to New York by way of Nebraska, Washington D.C. and Vietnam - New School University President Bob Kerrey.
02/07/2005 07:02 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of one of New York's schoolyard basketball legends, Pee Wee Kirkland.
10/24/2005 09:01 PM
Come Sunday, Richard Kirshenbaum will be watching the Super Bowl closely, not only for the game, but because the commercials are his livelihood.
01/30/2012 08:00 PM
When comedian Robert Klein first started doing standup, Lyndon Johnson was the president, the Vietnam War was raging, and gas was just 36 cents per gallon. But while the times have changed, Klein's ability to poke fun at them has not.
Updated 06/07/2010 08:45 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of former Mayor Ed Koch. Is there any New Yorker who needs less of an introduction?
08/30/2004 09:01 PM
Not only is artist Terence Koh able to live a quiet life in New York City, he also creates compelling, mysterious art exhibitions.
07/23/2012 08:30 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a man whose work you've probably seen, even if you don't recognize the name; the architect who designed many of the Trump buildings in the city, Costas Kondylis.
05/09/2005 09:24 PM
Vashtie Kola, a child of Trinidadian immigrants and East Village “it" girl, has an evolving career that’s included a clothing line, music videos, Air Jordans, and a whole lot of nicknames.
Updated 08/29/2011 08:31 PM
Wendy Kopp has taken her fight for educational equality across America and the world since she founded Teach For America in 1989.
06/25/2012 08:30 PM
Not many hip-hop artists or musicians in any genre have the lyrical dexterity to reference Norman Mailer, the Freedom Riders and Lemony Snicket in their work. It's one of the intrigues of Brooklyn's Talib Kweli.
Updated 05/13/2013 01:24 PM
Padma Lakshmi has spent much of her career in the public eye, in fashion magazines, bookshelves, and, most recently, in movies and television.
10/02/2007 11:17 PM
Though it's been 10 years since September 11th, Lieutenant Joseph LaPointe, head of the Fire Department's Ceremonial Unit, is still deeply affected by the events of that fateful day.
09/05/2011 08:28 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of cosmetics executive Evelyn Lauder.
10/05/2005 07:38 PM
Hurricane Sandy destroyed many homes, but not the memories within them. For many New Yorkers and former New Yorkers, these homes represent a piece of family history, filled with tales of family lore, and singer-songwriter Christine Lavin has one such story.
12/04/2012 09:32 AM
In this week's "One on 1," NY1's Budd Mishkin interviewed one of New York's preeminent filmmakers, Spike Lee, who is also a bit of a fan of the city's basketball team.
11/28/2006 02:48 PM
John Legend worked very hard to become the respected musician he is today ¿ and now wants to help his worldwide audience.
05/12/2008 09:35 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of one of New York's most creative actors and comedians, John Leguizamo.
07/11/2005 04:37 PM
Growing up in a commune in Brooklyn, a parent's early death, escaping New York and then a successful return home are just a few of the chapters that make up the novel known as Jonathan Lethem's life.
Updated 11/30/2009 10:22 PM
When Rosanne Cash takes the stage, as she will at Town Hall on March 18, her husband, John Leventhal, one of New York's more influential behind-the-scenes musicians, will be right next to her.
03/03/2014 09:00 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of Lincoln Center President Reynold Levy, a man who oversees one of the city's most prominent cultural institutions.
01/24/2005 07:10 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series, "One On 1," with a profile of the publisher of one of the most successful and longest running publications in the country, Ed Lewis of Essence magazine.
05/03/2004 06:26 PM
He's gone from a successful career behind the scenes to being one of the most recognizable faces on television. But what is "Inside the Actor's Studio" host James Lipton like inside?
11/06/2007 01:04 PM
John Lithgow has had many roles over the years: actor, children's author, and even minister.
12/08/2008 04:13 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of Queens City Councilman John Liu, a public official who is part of New York's delegation at this week's Democratic National Convention in Boston.
07/26/2004 06:41 PM
Rap artist LL Cool J relied on music to escape a tough childhood, and after a quarter-century career in hip-hop, he is expanding into other pursuits and going One on One with NY1’s Budd Mishkin.
Updated 08/17/2009 05:22 PM
There are many grassroots organizations and foundations involved in the Hurricane Sandy relief effort. But when people in Dubuque or San Antonio or Detroit want to donate, they probably don't know the local groups. So they might give to the Red Cross. The international organization's initial response to the hurricane has been questioned and its relief efforts are ongoing.
12/11/2012 11:04 AM
George Lois is known for his passion and creativity in the advertising world, in the magazine business, and on the basketball court.
10/28/2008 02:07 PM
Composer and lyricist Robert Lopez is the man behind “Avenue Q” and “The Book of Mormon,” two of the biggest Broadway shows of the decade.
09/26/2011 08:00 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of non-profit executive Allan Luks.
11/29/2004 07:59 PM
On September 11th, 2001, Cantor Fitzgerald lost more employees than any other company. Among them was the brother of CEO Howard Lutnick. Lutnick then vowed to take care of the victims' families and asked his sister to help. Now, five years after the attacks NY1's Budd Mishkin goes one on one with Edie Lutnick.
09/12/2006 05:01 PM
One of the people who will be working on digging the Intrepid out of 17 feet of mud is the museum's executive director, Susan Marenoff, the subject of this week's One on 1 with Budd Mishkin.
11/07/2006 07:08 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin begins a new feature this week entitled "One On 1" ¿ a weekly look at the New Yorkers who make the city great. This week Mishkin profiles renowned jazz musician Wynton Marsalis.
09/29/2003 07:51 PM
Filmmaker Albert Maysles has won Emmy and Sundance Festival awards, and has received several lifetime achievement honors. At 82, he's still going, with more than a few new projects in the works.
08/03/2009 08:30 PM
The phrase "based on a true story" is often used to try to link history and fiction, and novelist Colum McCann is known for doing just that, making him one of New York's most acclaimed authors.
07/01/2013 08:30 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a man who has had two distinguished careers in New York, one well known, one not-so-well known - Pulitzer Prize winning author Frank McCourt.
11/28/2005 05:52 PM
Columnist and Columbia professor John McWhorter has earned a national audience with his writing on race, but his opinions make him hard to categorize.
01/13/2009 12:34 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of one of the most successful restaurateurs in the city, and in the country, Danny Meyer.
06/20/2005 07:33 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his "One On 1" series with a profile of one of the leading doctors in the fight against multiple sclerosis, Aaron Miller.
05/15/2006 08:37 PM
Us Weekly editor in chief Janice Min could not have known that she would one day sit atop the celebrity magazine world when she first came to New York.
03/03/2008 05:40 PM
hurston Moore has been part of the New York music scene for three decades, and he's still going, proving to be a rare example of lasting independence in the music industry.
05/20/2013 08:30 PM
A chapter is about to end in the Meatpacking District with the final days of a popular restaurant called Florent.
06/16/2008 05:58 PM
For the first time in 35 years, Robert Morgenthau started a week without the title of Manhattan District Attorney. After deciding last year not to seek reelection, the now 90-year-old was officially replaced Monday by Cyrus Vance Junior. NY1's Budd Mishkin originally filed the following "One On 1" report in 2003.
Updated 01/04/2010 06:09 PM
Georgette Mosbacher's world now includes business deals, fundraising and hosting salons at her Upper East Side apartment -- a stark contrast to her small town upbringing in the Midwest.
11/09/2009 08:16 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his new series, "One On 1," with a profile of a New Yorker with a long and distinguished resume ¿ current senior federal judge, former civil rights attorney, New York State Senator and Manhattan Borough President Constance Baker Motley.
05/10/2004 09:15 PM
Restaurateur Marc Murphy got accustomed to transitions as a kid, with his family frequently moving throughout Europe. But he also got accustomed to eating really good food.
Updated 02/14/2011 10:47 PM
Advertising maven Tor Myhren says he loves to tell a story, but his own story is pretty compelling, as he arrived in New York five years ago questioning his place in the industry and in the city and has now answered his questions.
07/09/2012 08:30 PM
A unique filmmaker known for making movies that bridge the gap between her two homelands is taking flight with her latest big screen project.
Updated 11/02/2009 08:30 PM
Of the many artists who work in the sports world, there is one who stands above the rest. Leroy Neiman's paintings have been shown all over the world. Neiman is this week's "One On 1" interview with Budd Mishkin.
11/14/2006 05:33 PM
Restaurateur Richie Notar hobnobs with the rich and famous in his worldwide sushi chain Nobu, but deep down he still feels at home with his roots in Jamaica, Queens.
08/31/2009 06:57 PM
Yoko Ono is in icon across the global stage, not only for her famed relationship with late Beatles great John Lennon, but also for her rich life experiences, which include everything from living in Japan during World War II to breaking artistic boundaries for the avante-garde.
09/16/2013 05:11 PM
Journalist and activist Niall O’Dowd talks with NY1’s Budd Mishkin about brokering peace and his love of horses in the following "One on 1" report.
Updated 03/07/2011 07:59 PM
A busy schedule is not exactly news in New York, but in this week's One on 1, NY1's Budd Mishkin introduces us to Dr. Mehmet Oz ¿ a heart surgeon, teacher, writer and television personality all in one.
02/19/2008 02:00 PM
After more than 50 years in the business, Johnny Pacheco continues to play all over the world the Latin music genre that he named – salsa.
03/31/2009 12:37 PM
NY1's Budd Mishkin continues his series, "One On 1," with a profile of a New Yorker whose work is heard around the world, Grammy-award winning musician Eddie Palmieri.
06/06/2005 09:46 PM
We all have memories of our old neighborhood, but for one New York actor, those memories played an integral role in the success of his career.
01/07/2008 08:23 PM
As with any intriguing and influential New Yorker, there is much to discuss with David Paterson, but during this One On 1 interview, NY1 got a look at a day in his life, a year-and-a-half after leaving the governor's office.
07/30/2012 08:22 PM
Like Michael Jordan and basketball or Barbra Streisand and singing, the name Les Paul is synonymous with one thing: the electric guitar. Every Monday night the 93-year-old electric guitar legend takes the stage at the jazz club Iridium in Midtown.
Updated 08/19/2008 05:59 PM
Civil rights attorney Cesar Perales recently went to Washington, D.C. to offer his opinion on the woman who may become the next Supreme Court justice. It's the latest chapter in a career which includes city, state and federal government work, plus helping those who can't help themselves.
06/15/2009 08:30 PM
He's performed for presidents and teaches at world-renowned Juilliard, but violinist Itzhak Perlman's latest creation harkens back to his youth, growing up with polio in Israel and the United States. NY1's Budd Mishkin filed the following One on 1 report.
02/25/2013 11:46 PM
On Tuesday, Makerbot Industries will hold a press conference in its NoHo store to announce a new initiative the company says will have a major impact on education and technology. Bre Pettis, the CEO and co-founder of MakerBot Industries, credits expanding the horizons of the digital industry through 3D printing with hard work and an obsession for invention.
Updated 11/11/2013 08:00 PM
The James Bond series, "Ordinary People" and "Midnight Cowboy are all major Hollywood films, and they are all connected to New Yorker David Picker, one of the most influential movie producers and executives of his time.
11/25/2013 09:00 PM
Musician John Pizzarelli, who has become a familiar figure at many of the city's top nightclubs, continues to pursue his many interests on and off the stage.
06/28/2010 07:02 PM
You may know John Podhoretz best from his 10 years writing editorials for the New York Post. But there is a lot more to his story.
09/09/2008 12:33 PM
To many, the roughly two million domestic workers in this country -- nannies, housekeepers and caregivers -- are almost invisible. But they have a champion in Ai-jen Poo, a New Yorker who has become increasingly influential in fighting for their rights.
Updated 06/17/2013 08:30 PM
This week's subject of Budd Mishkin's One on 1 author Richard Price is a lifelong New Yorker, and the city's grittier side is often the backdrop for his novels.
07/21/2008 05:21 PM
His given name is Harold. But for 55 years, everyone in the New York theater world and beyond has known him as Hal Prince, a name connected to some of the most successful and acclaimed shows in Broadway history.
03/08/2010 08:43 PM
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