Rarest Baseball Cards From 1800s Up For Auction In Long IslandOne family held on to a set of 1888 baseball cards that are now worth a small fortune at auction later this month.
Doughnut Maker Survives Shooting, Praises 'Life Is Too Short To Not Enjoy Every Moment'From a brush with death to baking doughnuts, Black Label Donuts' Rich Eng is grateful for his life with no time to waste.
It's Possible The Country's Next Great Stand-Up Comic Is Taking Part In The 'Kids 'N Comedy' WorkshopIt's not often you hear the phrase "family friendly comedians." For kids looking for a more creative way to use their funny bone, one 13-year-old is learning how to make comedy a career.
One Man's Unbridled Passion About Archery May Drive His Prized Pupil To The 2020 Olympics In TokyoThe epicenter of archery is not New York, yet. One coach is introducing the sport to minority youth, and the results are better than anyone could've expected.
Chalk Artist's Fleeting Creations A Homage To The Enduring Nature Of New YorkersValentine's Day is often celebrated with gifts of jewelry or flowers, but one man finds a way to spread joy with art that doesn't last.
Kids Helping Hospitalized Kids Is The Name Of The Game At The Little St. Nick FoundationNot many charities allow kids to be part of the volunteer staff. But for one non-profit on Long Island the spirit of the organization is based on kids helping kids.
One Woman's Mission: Saving Dogs In Danger After Natural DisastersThere are plenty of homeless dogs in New York, but in other places the situation is more dire. Saving them is not cheap, but one woman chose a love for dogs over a love for money.
'Jump In ... We'll Go Take A Ride': Police Officer's Gesture Provides Big Lift To Grieving New Jersey FamilyLast year, the community of Wyckoff mourned the passing of a high school star athlete, Ben Landel. Recently, a police officer helped the Landel family recover a precious family possession.
After-School Program 'BUILD' Transforms NYC Student Into Promising BusinessmanIt has often been said the key to success is handling failure. Educators are passing along that wisdom through a non-profit after-school program.
Salvation Army Bell Ringer Shares Thrill Of Holiday Season GivingDerrick Dove is among the Salvation Army's top collecting bell ringers in the charity group's red kettle campaign.
North Pole Express Train Readies For Holiday Season's ReturnRunning on 12 miles of track, it takes nearly 500 people to keep the North Pole Express operating, most using volunteers.
'They Are The Epitome Of New York': Author Explains Why Pigeons Fit In With Hustle And Bustle Of Big AppleIn an urban environment like New York City, one of the few connections with nature is the pigeon. It's a bird largely ignored, but one man is bringing the beauty of the pigeon into focus.