Snapshot NY: Amra Sabic El-Rayess Flees Muslim Genocide In Bosnia, Becomes Professor At Columbia 'Cultivating Mindsets, Cultivating Togetherness'Amra Sabic El-Rayess is an expert on "othering" - where people in one group are treated differently. 
Snapshot NY: Motorcycle Sidecar Tour Business Now Helps Health Care Heroes Get To WorkIt's a free service he's providing to keep health care workers going.
Snapshot NY: For Love Of SwimmingMany athletes have overcome adversity to achieve their goals, but one local swimmer recovered from an injury and found much more on her way to the top of the podium 
Snapshot NY: NJ Artist Realizing His Dreams By Designing Custom Cleats For NFL StarsMichael Jordan shares the name of a sports legend, but this Mike has found his own glory by helping athletes show their personalities.
Snapshot NY: New Yorkers Grant Kids' Christmas Wishes Through 'Operation Santa'For the past 107 years, "Operation Santa" has allowed the public to respond to children's letters to Santa.
Snapshot NY: Father & Son Raising Thousands For Charity With Photographs Of GhanaThey're in the final stages of setting up their premiere exhibit in New York, a big step for two men who have no professional photography experience.
Snapshot New York: Meet Guy Bryant, Who Has Fostered 50 KidsThanksgiving is a time for loved ones to gather and reflect. Being with a family means even more to some.
Snap Shot NY: 'The Black Pearl' Sails At A Home In Roxbury, N.J. Every HalloweenOne family in New Jersey has turned their front yard into an incredible adventure.
Help And Hope: Project Kind Embracing Better Futures For Homeless In NeedWhen homeless get housed, it increases their self-sufficiency and helps them reintegrate into the work sector.
Snapshot NY: Taking A Ride In The Seat Of New York HistoryIf you've watched a ticker-tape parade in New York in the past seven decades, you've seen the same car lead the way down the Canyon of Heroes: a custom-built Imperial Phaeton.
Snapshot NY: Bringing The Heavens Down To Earth In The BronxOn any given street corner in the Bronx, you might find a portal to another world.