NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — On Sunday’s Eye On New York, CBS 2’s Dana Tyler talked with film director Kristina Borgesson about the controversial new documentary “TWA Flight 800,” which is set to air as the 17th anniversary of the plane crash over the coast of Long Island approaches.
The new play “Choir Boy,” now onstage at the New York City Center, tells the story of an elite prep school in the South for African-American boys, and five members of the school’s celebrated choir. Joining Tyler to talk about the powerful new play were cast members Jeremy Pope and Wallace Smith.
Popular 3D artist Charles Fazzino has been working with Major League Baseball to create artwork for this year’s All-Star Game. He joined Tyler to talk about his craft.
And 1010 WINS’ John Montone heard your gripes about the lack of peace and quiet in the city, and the Citi Bike program.
Controversial Documentary On TWA Flight 800
A Look At The Powerful New Play ‘Choir Boy’
Some Inspiring Artwork For The All-Star Game
Mouth Off To Montone
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