'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Trivia With ‘Jeopardy!’ Winner Austin RogersUntil a TV or book deal comes through, you’ll find this Westchester native in a Brooklyn bar hosting trivia most Monday nights.
Killer Tide: A Crisis Years In The MakingNew York City’s special narcotics prosecutor says overdose deaths in the city are “climbing at an alarming rate.”
Sports Stars Lend Their Voices To Mental Health Alliance“We’re All A Little Crazy” is the first-ever mental health alliance teaming up with sports stars and celebrities.
'Sweet Spot' With Mike Sugerman: Hitting The Ice With Blind SkatersIt might look like a normal workout at the Northwell Health Ice Center in East Meadow, but most of the players can’t make out the blue line, nor anything else on the ice.
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' V-Sports Combine Virtual Reality & Video GamesVideo games are about to get real… virtually. Watch former New York Yankee Johnny Damon take on U.S. soldiers in Saudi Arabia.
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' Experiencing Jimi Hendrix's Electric Lady StudiosEvery couple minutes, someone like Mark Anderson and family, of Edinburgh, Scotland, find their way to Jimi Hendrix’s Electric Lady Studios on Eighth Street in the West Village.
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' New York Accent No Longer?Is the New York accent going away? While you might not know it, experts say the accent is changing.
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' Meet The Long Island Vegetable OrchestraThey make their instruments out of vegetables, and they put their heart and soul into it.
Author Kristen Hadeed Talks About Why Entrepreneurs Should Give Themselves ‘Permission To Screw Up’In her book “Permission to Screw Up,” millennial entrepreneur Kristen Hadeed shares candid stories about founding her company, Student Maid, and the bumps and bruises along the way.
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' Broadway's Dog Whisperer, Bill BerloniDo you have a dog you think is a star? Berloni will be the one to let you know.
Best-Selling Author Harlan Coben Says 'Don’t Let Go' Is Rooted In Local Urban LegendThis is Coben's 30th novel, and he also keeps busy creating the Netflix series called, "Harlan Coben's The Five."
'Sweet Spot With Mike Sugerman:' How To Know Who's Honking At YouAs a “street reporter,” I’m on the street a lot. And what I notice most about this urban landscape that we live in is… the constant honking.

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