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.
Snapshot NY: Woman Holds Charity Skydiving Event 10 Years After Undergoing Brain SurgeryWhen Alyssa Carfi was 18 years old, doctors removed a cluster of blood vessels by her brain stem.
Snapshot NY: Tiny Harlem Apartment Home To Popular Jazz ParlorOn Sundays in Harlem's Sugar Hill, the sounds of jazz bring one apartment building to life.
Snapshot NYC: Deaf Umpire Calls 'Em Like He Sees 'Em On The FieldJon Breuer's career as a high school umpire in New Jersey is demanding: He's called hundreds of games, but hasn't heard a single one.
Snapshot New York: Steve Derewicz, 85, Has Been Fighting Fires For 55 YearsAt the age of 85, Steve Derewicz stands as the eldest among the bravest.
Snapshot New York: Olympian Tries For Glory Amid Battle With Parkinson'sRoberto Carcelen is a cross country skiier. Now, at the age of 48, he's coming out of retirement and taking one more shot at Olympic glory.
'I Don't Quit At Anything I Do': From Foster Care To The NYPD, Bodybuilder Julie Camacho Tackles Life's ObstaclesThrough intensive weight training, Julie Camacho has remolded herself into a competitive bodybuilder. But that's not her biggest transformation.
'They Give Me A Reason To Live': Truck Driver's Passion Is Saving AnimalsMike Stura isn't a farmer. He's a truck driver who defends the defenseless.
After Escaping War-Torn Homeland, One-Handed Martial Artist Finds Success In QueensSports offer a path to better ourselves through competition. For one martial artist it’s been a way to a new life.
Shoeshine Guild Goes Beyond The Luster To Embrace Kindness, Save LivesKevin Tuohy and his staff in Chelsea Market are giving the job of shining shoes some new found prestige.
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.