Eye On New York
Eight years after Johnny Ramone’s death, his widow worked to get his autobiography published. She spoke with CBS 2′s Dana Tyler about the influential rocker.
From traditional to trendy and everything in between, if you’re planning a wedding this spring, there’s no place with more options than the Big Apple.
Cas Holloway, NYC Deputy Mayor for Operations, speaks with CBS 2′s Mary Calvi on the city’s 9-1-1 call center project.
CBS 2′s Dana Tyler takes us to the Met for the exhibition “Duncan Phyfe: Master Cabinet-Maker.”
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Nathan Herman speaks with CBS 2′s Rob Morrison about transitioning veterans back into the workforce.
Robert Sinclair, manager for media relations at AAA New York speaks with CBS 2′s Rob Morrison about vehicles that run on natural gas.
Artist Rafael Barrios speaks with CBS 2′s Rob Morrison about Park Avenue’s newest, and many say coolest, public art installation. It’s a series of 20-foot stainless steel sculptures, brightly colored with airplane paint.
Documentary filmmaker Ryan Katzenbach speaks with CBS 2′s Chris Wragge about new evidence in the Amityville murders.
Todd Feinman, CEO of Identity Finder, speaks with CBS 2′s Chris Wragge about identity theft.
CBS 2′s Lonnie Quinn speaks with Chris Wragge about the station’s new mobil weather center technology.
Actor Adam Pascal, starring in “Memphis: A New Musical,” speaks with CBS 2′s Dana Tyler.
Spring training is underway, but there was a time when men of color could only hope to play in the Major Leagues. CBS 2′s Dana Tyler takes us to the Met and a look back on baseball history.
Neurologist Dr. Derek Chong speaks with CBS 2′s Dana Tyler about sleeping pill use.
David Edelstein, film critic with New York Magazine and contributor to CBS Sunday Morning has a preview of the 84th Annual Academy Awards.
Everywhere he goes, everybody still loves subway hero Wesley Autrey. CBS 2′s Maurice DuBois reports.