CityViews: Chef Marcus SamuelssonSharon Barnes-Waters sits down with culinary genius chef and restaurateur Marcus Samuelsson.
CityViews: Nona Hendryx Talks 'Hendrix In Harlem'Singer Nona Hendryx stopped by CityViews and talked to Sharon Barnes-Waters about her performance and her tribute to her cousin, Jimi.
CityViews: Leroy Campbell ExhibitionA fantastic new art exhibition opened at the Richard Beavers Gallery in Brooklyn over the weekend which celebrates the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali.
1010 WINS’ City Views: Louis Armstrong's Daughter Pens 'Little Satchmo'Sharon Preston-Folta, author and daughter of legendary jazz musician Louis Armstong, talks to 1010 WINS about her book, "Little Satchmo," and on keeping her identity secret for decades.
1010 WINS' City Views: God's Love We Deliver CookbookGod's Love We Deliver has been bringing meals to people suffering from chronic illnesses for more than 30 years. Now the organization has its own cookbook.
Muhammad Ali’s Daughter Raising Awareness About Parkinson's DiseaseIn an interview in the Adorama Live Theater, Maryum "May May" Ali, said her father was in his late 30s, early 40s when they began to notice some symptoms of Parkinson’s disease.
Black History Month One-On-One: Felicia Gibson JaycoxFelicia Gibson Jaycox is the founder and CE of The Power of You Teens, a Harlem-based program designed to empower young women.
Black History Month One-On-One: Michael GarnerMichael Garner is the president of One Hundred Black Men, Inc. of New York, one of the most influential and successful empowerment programs for African-American men in the city.
Black History Month One-On-One: Cheryl McKissack DanielCheryl McKissack Daniel is the president and CEO of McKissack & McKissack, a family business responsible for much of the iconic architecture in New York City.
Black History Month One-On-One: Lauren Maillian BiasLauren Maillian Bias, among many other titles and accolades, is the founder and CEO of Luxury Market Branding, where she advises, guides and grows other people's businesses.
One On One For Black History Month: Harry BelafonteThey say your first passion is the one you choose. But your second, and most defining passion, is the one that chooses you.