Lion Of K-Town: World-Class Opera Singer Wows Crowds In KoreatownAt the height of his fame, Alejandro Olmeda was one of the greatest tenors in the world. He’s performed in 65 countries, to millions worldwide, and in front of royalty.
Golf Caddie From New Rochelle Gets Full Ride To CollegeA golf caddie from New Rochelle is getting something even better than a hole-in-one.
Man Turns Love Of Vintage Sleds Into Museum In N.J.Sledding is a popular snow day pastime, and one man is such a fan he created a museum just for sleds.
Local Horse 'Foiled Again' On The Verge Of 100th WinHorses became famous for winning. Seabiscuit had 33, Secretariat had 16 and American Pharoah had just nine career wins. That makes 100 wins exceptional.
Man With Terminal Cancer Spends Precious Time Helping Those In HospiceConversations about death are sometimes uncomfortable. Until you meet someone like Dave Woods, a terminal patient with the ability to give us all a new perspective.
Virtuoso With Yarn: Brooklyn Man Breaks Stereotypes Knitting On The SubwayA Brooklyn man is turning heads on the subway – all because of a needle and thread. Every day, he is helping to break the stereotype by proving that knitting isn’t just for grannies.
Brooklyn’s Top Girl Scout Cookie Seller Has Big GoalsIt’s Girl Scout cookie time! For the past 101 years, school girls across the world have been sharing these irresistible baked treats. Along the way, the girls are learning.
Harlem Nonprofit Turns Barbershops Into Reading Centers For Young BoysThe barbershop has always held a special value in each community. It’s not just a place to get a haircut, it’s a neighborhood hub. And for some barbershops in Harlem, they’re becoming a center for reading.
Olivier Vernon's National Anthem Comments Another PR Nightmare For GiantsOlivier Vernon is not afraid to make a statement. He is the only Giant kneeling for the national anthem as a protest to injustices facing minorities in America.
Jets LB Josh Martin Combines Athletic Talent With IntellectIn the gridiron culture, Martin brings power -- and brain power. He's one of just 12 Ivy Leaguers in the NFL.
Colorado Coach On Video Showing Cheerleaders Screaming In Pain: 'I Didn't Do Anything Wrong'It's been three months since a controversial video started a national conversation after girls at a Colorado cheer camp were seen screaming in pain while doing splits.
Cardinals' DeJong Joins Renowned Scientist To Test Effect Of Heat On BaseballThe old theory is the warmer the ball, the farther if flies. A renowned scientist and a St. Louis Cardinals baseball player tested it out at Long Island University Post.