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.
5/20/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
4/23/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
Israel Horovitz has written numerous plays and is a sensation abroad, but even after his years of international success, he continues to create for audiences around the world.
5/6/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
Mary Ann Tighe is one of the top real estate brokers in New York, she has been the lead dealmaker on some of the city's most notorious properties. But before she became a broker, Tighe started out in a very different field.
4/29/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
Rupa Mehta is a top fitness instructor who blends the traditional Eastern ways of her family with the modern methods of today’s New York. But she does more than run a workout studio -- she’s trying to improve people’s health, especially young people, with an approach for body and mind.
4/22/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
6/20/2011 - By: Budd Mishkin
Author Paul Auster would likely enjoy success as a writer no matter where he lived, but New York has been his home since the mid-1960s and has played a critical role in his writing, from his initial success to today.
4/1/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
Music producer Phil Ramone, who died on March 30, 2013, worked with the world's greatest musicians, from Billy Joel to Frank Sinatra. NY1's Budd Mishkin spoke with the acclaimed New Yorker in 2007 and filed the following report.
2/5/2007 - By: NY1 News
John Fitzpatrick learned the hospitality business working by his father's side in Ireland – then went on to fulfill his father's dream of opening a hotel in the States. NY1's Budd Mishkin filed the following One on 1 profile.
3/12/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
New York City Department of Sanitation Commissioner John Doherty has dealt with everything from blizzards to Hurricane Sandy over the last five decades. But as NY1's Budd Mishkin reports, he's also battled personal hardships that have come along the way.
3/18/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
The Public Theater is a unique New York institution, presenting plays, concerts, and readings representing everything from the avant-garde to Broadway. NY1 interviewed the Public's creative director, Oskar Eustis, last fall as his theater was celebrating a multi--year, multimillion-dollar renovation.
3/11/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
Since 1994, but even more so after Hurricane Sandy, New York Landmarks Conservancy President Peg Breen has helped preserve and restore some of the city's most important architectural icons.
3/4/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
2/25/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
Some three-and-a-half months after Hurricane Sandy, there are still many New Yorkers who are dealing with the storm and its aftermath every day, including doo-wop musician Kenny Vance, who lost his Queens home.
2/11/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
Hurricane Sandy and its aftermath once again called attention to the New York City Housing Authority and its chairman, John Rhea, who grew up in a troubled section of Detroit and now leads one of the city's most complex operations. NY1's Budd Mishkin filed the following One On 1 profile.
2/4/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
1/28/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
Since Hurricane Sandy hit, "One On 1" has focused on prominent New Yorkers involved in recovery efforts. This week's segment profiles the man in charge of the city's vast municipal health care system, Health and Hospitals President and CEO Alan Aviles.
1/14/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
Ever since Hurricane Sandy, NY1's "One On 1" profiles deal with people involved in the relief effort. This week, NY1's Budd Mishkin profiled a New Yorker who has come back to help his hometown -- the man in charge of FEMA's response to Hurricane Sandy, Michael Byrne.
1/7/2013 - By: Budd Mishkin
View "One On 1: A Look Back At 2012," a special segment featuring influential, powerful, and prominent New Yorkers profiled by NY1's Budd Mishkin over the past year.
12/17/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin and Sean Flax
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 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
12/4/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
For the next few weeks, the One on 1 profiles will be connected to Hurricane Sandy relief efforts, to profile New Yorkers involved with getting the city back on its feet. This special series begins with the Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Foundation, which is especially well-known on Staten Island, and its chairman, Frank Siller.
11/27/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
Patti Smith has amassed an enormous fan base as a singer and writer, and the passion she felt about her work when she broke on the scene in the 1970s is still as strong, if not more so, today.
6/18/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
Author Salman Rushdie has a compelling story, but this New York transplant's decade of living under police protection went largely untold, until now.
10/15/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
10/1/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
Author Calvin Trillin is known for decades of musings on humourous matters, food, civil rights, his family and love, and while he is at home in Greenwich Village, he still is inspired by his Midwestern upbringing.
11/7/2011 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
9/10/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
Like so many successful and creative New Yorkers, Baratunde Thurston is hard to categorize — stand-up comic, best-selling author, a self-proclaimed "nerdy digital strategist who is super political." Put them all together, and the result is more and more people are paying attention to Baratunde Thurston.
8/27/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
Many New Yorkers profiled in "One On 1" have a long career on which to reflect, but others are just getting started but have already begun to do something special. The latter certainly fits Aria Finger, the 29-year-old chief operating officer of DoSomething.org.
6/11/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
7/30/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
Not only is artist Terence Koh able to live a quiet life in New York City, he also creates compelling, mysterious art exhibitions.
7/23/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
Performer and activist Harry Belafonte has used his instantly recognizable voice to entertain, enlighten and advocate through a career that has spanned seven decades.
1/23/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
7/9/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
A compelling journey is often part of the resume of any influential New Yorker, but Hunter College President Jennifer Raab can pinpoint exactly what started the journey of her lifetime -- a school bus ride through Manhattan.
7/2/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
Wendy Kopp has taken her fight for educational equality across America and the world since she founded Teach For America in 1989.
6/25/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
His given name is Emanuel, but for 50 years Broadway has known Manny Azenberg as a theater lifer connected to some of the stage's most acclaimed shows.
5/17/2010 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
5/21/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
While he is one of the best-known scientists in the country, Brian Greene's resume might also include translator – making science understandable for the masses.
11/11/2008 - By: Budd Mishkin
Kathleen Turner lived in Venezuela, England and Baltimore before coming to New York, and after bursting onto the scene in the 1981 film "Body Heat," she has been a presence on stage and screen ever since.
5/7/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin
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.
4/30/2012 - By: Budd Mishkin