Andrea Grymes

Interview: Cheers NY Brings Best Of New York's Food & Beverages To BrooklynPresident and CEO of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce Carlo Scissura stopped by the CBS2 studio on Saturday to talk about Cheers New York.
Times Square Task Force To Release Final Report On Painted Ladies, CharactersWhile the panel will not call for banning topless ladies or characters who ask for tips, sometimes aggressively when they pose for photos, it wants to restrict the ladies and characters to certain areas.
Furry Friend Finder: Dottie And KassieIn this edition of “Furry Friend Finder,” CBS2's Diane Macedo and Andrea Grymes introduce us to Dottie and Kassie, who are looking for homes.
Security Tight As NYC Welcomes Pope FrancisPope Francis arrived in New York City Thursday and the city is ready.
Pope To Stay At Vatican's Diplomatic Residence On Upper East SideThe pontiff, known for living simply and humbly, will stay in one of the most exclusive areas of New York when he arrives in the city on Thursday.
Mets Fans Enjoy Victory Over Yankees In Subway Series Opener At Citi FieldFor the first time in a long time the Subway Series between the Yankees and Mets really means something.
De Blasio Announces Computer Science Program, Other Initiatives For NYC Public School StudentsThe program, called "Computer Science for All: Fundamentals for Our Future," will provide computer science classes to all students within the next 10 years.
Jon Stewart, Zadroga Act Supporters Head To DC To Push For RenewalThe 2010 James Zardoga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act will start expiring next month if Congress doesn't act.
Interview: Is Your Child's Book Bag Causing Back Problems?Chiropractor Dr. Roger Sahoury from Above and Beyond Holistic Wellness Center in Paramus stopped by the CBS2 studios to offer some easy tips for backpack safety.
Interview: VetStock A Music Festival To Help Returning Service MembersThrough his Project9Line organization, stock broker-turned-Army veteran Patrick Donohue is helping service men and women acclimate back to civilian life after returning from the battlefield.
Furry Friend Finder: Fred Astaire And Bette DavisIn this edition of “Furry Friend Finder,” CBS2's Andrea Grymes and Dick Brennan introduce us to Fred Astaire and Bette Davis, who are looking for homes.
NYU Professor Becomes Sanitation Worker, Learns About City Through Its TrashRobin Nagle is the New York Sanitation Department's very own anthropologist-in-residence -- and for several months, a garbage woman.