Pinball Wizards: Father, Son Put Their All Into The Silver BallFor most of his adult life, Steve Zahler has been a world-ranked pinball player. His love for the game caught on with his family, especially his son Jason.
He's Hot-Walked For Miles And Miles: Backstretch Worker A Fixture At Belmont For Last 52 YearsAt the age of 83, "Papa" Louis is the oldest hot walker at Belmont. For 20 minutes to an hour each day, a hot walker leads the horse round and round.
Staten Island Mother, Sons Breaking Barriers In NASCARNASCAR may be predominantly white, predominantly male and most popular in southern states.  But the sport is becoming more diverse, thanks to a woman from the Staten Island and her two sons. 
The Ice Cream Man Of Gotham: Man Overcomes Checkered Past Thanks To Harlem Non-ProfitCompanies big and small are giving something to the previously incarcerated -- a second chance.
Meet The Queen Of Queens: Loyal Mets Fan Barely Misses A Home Game In 32 YearsEvery baseball season comes with its own tale of failures and successes. Nobody knows that better than a Mets fan who lives by the mantra "You gotta believe."
Ready Player One: College Student Goes From Homeless To Excelling In Video Game WorldThe homeless population in our area is growing, but did you know the number of homeless adolescents is increasing, too?
Snapshot NY: Special Cafe Creates Menu Of Opportunities For StaffHarvest Cafe is part of a non-profit group helping people with developmental disabilities, giving trainees a chance few workspaces offer.
Snapshot: NASCAR Prodigy Winning On The Track At Just 14 Years OldLong Island's Giovanni Bromante isn't even old enough to drive around his neighborhood, but he sure can race on a track.