Cindy Hsu

cindyhsu Cindy HsuCindy Hsu is an Emmy Award winning anchor and reporter who has been at CBS 2 News in New York City since 1993.

Hsu’s work at CBS 2 has been recognized with numerous awards. Recently, Hsu was awarded “Reporter of the Year” from the NY &NJ Asian-American Law Enforcement Organization. Her personal adoption story, “Bringing Rosie Home,” was nominated for an Emmy Award and won the New York AP Broadcasters Award for Best Feature. She received Emmy Awards for Outstanding Single Hard News Story for “Smuggled from China,” which exposed the horrific plights of Chinese refugees from the Golden Venture ship, and for her live coverage of the snowstorm of 1994. American Women in Radio and Television honored her with the Golden Apple Award, and she also received the Friends of Adoption Award from the Adoptive Parents Committee.

Prior to joining WCBS-TV, Hsu worked as a reporter and anchor at WFRV-TV in Green Bay, Wisconsin and for WTOV-TV in Steubenville, Ohio. She began her broadcasting career as an associate producer for WTVR-TV in Richmond, Virginia.

Hsu spends much of her off-duty time performing community work and is strongly involved with the Asian-American community. She is a Big Sister and has served on the Advisory Board of APEX, a group that pairs Asian professionals with recent immigrants and young people who need guidance. She’s served on the Board of Directors of the Museum of Chinese in the Americas and the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, as well as the Newswatch Advisory Council which monitors fairness in journalism. Hsu has been the co-chair of Cooks for Kids, an annual event that raises money for children living with AIDS and HIV, and she is actively involved with The Children’s Miracle Network. Hsu is also a former President of the New York Chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association. Hsu is also a world-class dragon boater, competing with her team Women in Canoe. They represented the United States in the 2001 World Championship.

Hsu was born in Honolulu, Hawaii to a Coast Guard family that moved every two to four years. She graduated from Virginia Tech with a degree in communication studies and lives in New York City with her daughter.

Peter Woytuk's Broadway Sculptures: Birds

Eye On New York: Peter Woytuk’s Broadway Sculptures

In this segment of Eye on New York, CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu and Dana Tyler introduce viewers to artist Peter Woytuk whose sculptures have made it to Broadway.

10/23/2011

Archie Comics

Archie Comics Teams Up With Ronald McDonald House New York For 70th Anniversary

Archie, Jughead, Betty and Veronica are marking a special birthday this year and to cap off Archie’s 70th anniversary, the creators of the comic are teaming up with a very worthy cause.

10/22/2011

Fruits, Veggies & Whole Grains Help P.S. 75 Win Healthy Food Challenge Award

Students admit it has been a bit of a transition, but the Upper West Side school is the first in New York City to receive a HealthierUS School Award.

10/21/2011

New Milford High School Has Students Using Cell Phones As ‘Mobile Learning Devices’

Teachers said with textbooks alone, only about half the students would participate in class. Now instructors can immediately gauge if everyone gets it.

10/19/2011

Artist’s Public Sculpture Exhibit Turning Heads On Upper West Side

Peter Woytuk is putting the finishing touches on 19 sculptures that stretch along Broadway — from the bronze elephants at Columbus Circle to the bulls at 166th Street.

10/18/2011

Family Of Dead Soldier From Chinatown Believe He May Have Been Harassed And Beaten

Private Danny Chen was found in his barracks with non-combat injuries, but his father had been concerned Chen faced race problems in the Army and had asked his son about it.

10/11/2011

Parents Suing DOE Saying Its Investigation Of PS 184 Is Hurting Students

While the school earned an “A “from the DOE and was named a Blue Ribbon School, some parents say their children are being cheated due to an ongoing investigation and the removal of principal Ling Ling Chou.

10/05/2011

Masbia Soup Kitchens Come To Aid Of Needy Families Marking Rosh Hashanah

There are 4 Masbia Soup Kitchens in Queens and Brooklyn and the need is skyrocketing. Already this year, they have served more than 200,000 meals — that’s 300 percent more than last year.

09/28/2011

Big Brothers, Big Sisters NYC

Big Brothers, Big Sisters Run To Raise Money For Program

On Saturday, thousands of New Yorkers ran through Riverside Park raising money that will go toward keeping the Big Brothers, Big Sisters program alive and thriving.

09/25/2011

How To Prevent Foodborne Illnesses With At-Risk Foods

When it comes to eating healthy, many try their best to do so, but even the healthiest foods can make you sick and it depends on how consumers handle them.

09/24/2011

Divorcées Selling Belongings To Move On In NYC

A special sale kicked off at the Mondrian Soho Hotel on Friday aimed at helping divorced women turn their pain into profit. They’re cleaning out their closets and leaving their pasts behind.

09/23/2011

Firefighter Stephen Siller

Team Semper Fi Ready To Honor Firefighter Siller At Tunnel To Towers Run

On Thursday more than 30 injured Marines arrived in New York City for this weekend’s Tunnel To Towers Run. They’re here to honor the memory of Firefighter Stephen Siller, and to join the thousands who will be re-tracing his steps.

09/22/2011

Young Children Learning Life-Saving Swimming Lessons In New Jersey

Children as young as 6 months old learn what to do if they get into trouble in the water. They learn to control their breathing, roll over and float as they cry for help.

09/19/2011

NJ Middle School Implements Drug Testing Program

The program is voluntary. So it’s up to parents whether to sign their kids up and the students will know if they’ve been enrolled.

07/29/2011

Aaron Perl, 11, Inspired By Friend’s Uncle To Swim Hudson River And Raise Money For Charity

Perl is swimming as a Bat Mitzvah gift for his friend, Ally Witt, and to raise funds for the Association For The Help of Retarded Citizens.

07/28/2011

Experts Detail The Foods That Will Help You Beat The Summer Heat

When the weather gets hot and hazy, for some people, food just isn’t appealing. But experts say there are foods that can help you deal with the hot weather.

07/22/2011

Reunion Held For One-Year Anniversary Of Beagles’ Rescue From NJ Animal Lab

Last year, 120 beagles were rescued from a research lab that had suddenly closed its doors. Many of the dogs and their new owners gathered Sunday for a very special reunion.

07/11/2011

Wounded Vets Head To Rockaways As Part Of Adaptive Water Sports Festival

Chris Melendez lost his leg in Baghdad when he was hit by an IED in 2006. Two years later, Anthony Maschek was shot up in a raid near Kirkuk. They’re now learning to scuba dive as part of their road to recovery.

07/07/2011

‘New York City Dads Group’ Trying To Wipe Out Stigma Of Being Stay-At-Home Father

For years, it has often been the mother who stays home with the children, while fathers head to work. However, with more dads putting a greater emphasis on balancing work and family life, things are changing.

07/06/2011

Beyoncé Makes Surprise Visit, Gives Dancing Lessons To Harlem Youth Groups

A group of local kids got the dance lesson of a lifetime on Monday after a surprise visit from superstar singer Beyoncé.

06/30/2011

Brooklyn’s George Weiss, 84, Actualizes Dream By Selling His First Invention

After working all his life as a wallpaper hanger, Weiss’ passion for inventing things finally paid off with a big hit — a word game called “Dabble.”

06/17/2011

Crews Call Off Search For Missing Swimmer At Jersey Shore

Authorities have called off the search for a missing 15-year-old, who disappeared Thursday while swimming off Bradley Beach.

06/10/2011

20 Long Island Costco Employees To Share $202 Million Powerball Winnings

The Powerball lottery had just one winning ticket in Wednesday night’s drawing, worth $202 million, and 20 employees of the Costco in Melville will share in the lucrative prize.

06/02/2011

Thousands Of Job-Seekers Flock To Career Day At Rutgers University

As college students celebrate graduation, many now know the harsh reality of joining the long lines of job-seekers. At Rutgers University, students were back on campus trying to find work at a job fair.

05/25/2011

Parents In N.J. Town Start Movement To Abolish Homework

A lot of kids complain about homework, but now some parents are saying their children are getting too much and want it abolished.

05/19/2011

Dr. Rick Hodes

‘Making The Crooked Straight’ Follows Doctor On Amazing Journey To Help Kids In Ethiopia

One man is doing his part to help save the world and it’s filmed in the documentary called “Making the Crooked Straight.” Dr. Rick Hodes and director Susan Cohn Rockefeller join CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to talk about the experience.

05/15/2011

Dayna Varano

Super Heroic: Yankees’ Bat Girl Defies Overwhelming Odds

On Thursday night the Yankees unveiled their newest bat girl. But it’s how she got to the mound — and her amazing fight for life — that is so moving.

05/12/2011

Allergy Sufferers Could Be Making Matters Worse For Themselves

This is an especially tough and brutal time for many people with allergies. Even with medicine and other remedies, people do things everyday that could be making their allergies even worse.

05/11/2011

Project Sunshine

Project Sunshine Brings Light To Kids’ Hospital Visits

There’s nothing more frightening for a child than a hospital visit, but there is a special group shedding a little light in their time of need. It’s called Project Sunshine, providing support to more than 60,000 kids and their families worldwide.

05/08/2011

Mother's Day Picture Frame

Last Minute Mother’s Day Gift Ideas

Mother’s Day is tomorrow and if you haven’t gotten your mom a present yet, not to worry.

05/07/2011

SELF Workout in the Park

Thousands Hit Central Park For ‘Self Workout In The Park’

Thousands are expected to hit Central Park on Saturday with one goal in mind: get healthy. The 18th annual Self Workout in the Park not only features great workout trends but also the gear you’ll want to work out in.

05/07/2011

Imagination Movers

Time Out New York Kids: Art, Imagination & More For Mother’s Day Weekend

With a beautiful weekend on the agenda for the Tri-State, Time Out New York Kids has some great suggestions for the family. CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu speaks with Mary Squillace about some events perfect for the kids.

05/07/2011

NJ Couple Brings Nieces To Ground Zero For First-Hand History Lesson

Thousands of people flocked to Ground Zero Thursday to honor those who died and to catch a glimpse of President Barack Obama — including The Stallings family from New Jersey.

05/05/2011

Saheela Ibraheem, 15, Headed To Harvard With Aspirations Of Becoming Scientist

Ibraheem was also accepted to MIT and 13 other schools, including Princeton and Columbia before settling on Harvard after falling in love with the campus.

05/04/2011

Digital Kids' Books

Acclaimed Author Bringing Children’s Books Into Digital Age

Renowned children’s book author Sandra Boynton has gone digital. She sits down with CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to talk about how she brought her prized works to the new era of storytelling.

05/01/2011

March for Dimes

March Of Dimes Returns To Tri-State

The Annual March of Dimes fundraiser has returned to the Tri-State this weekend and people will be marching to educate the public about all the programs benefiting babies suffering from pregnancy, birth and prematurity defects.

04/30/2011

Commissioner Kelly Discusses Attempted Times Square Bombing

May 1 marks the first anniversary of the attempted car bombing at the crossroads of the world: Times Square.

04/30/2011

Watergun Spring Toys

How To Find The Perfect Toys For Spring

Spring is getting into full swing so Toy Industry Association’s Adrienne Appell stops in to tell CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu what toys are perfect for the kids both indoors and outdoors.

04/30/2011

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Celebrates Cherry Blossom Festival

Time Out New York Kids: Great Weekend For Outdoor Family Activities

New York City will have a great weekend to get outdoors so Time Out New York Kids has plenty of wonderful ideas for the family. Mary Squillace joins CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to talk about some of the events.

04/30/2011

Five Boro Bike Tour

Big Weekend For Bike Fanatics In The Tri-State

As the weather gets warmer, seasonal bikers are returning to the street in time for spring’s numerous outdoor cycling events.

04/30/2011

Palm Sunday

Palm Sunday Marks Start To Christian Holy Week

Palm Sunday is the beginning of Holy Week on the Christian calendar. Nicholas Dimarzio, the bishop of the Diocese of Brooklyn, joins CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to talk about events celebrating the day.

04/17/2011

spring accessories

How To Accessorize Your Spring Fashions

Spring fashion trends mix bold prints, military looks, florals and vibrant colors. So, how do you accessorize them all? CBS 2 Trend Tracker Shaye Strager joins Cindy Hsu to tell you how.

04/16/2011

Actor Plays Ex-Con On Road To Recovery In ‘The Mother With The Hat’

“The Mother With The Hat” follows the story of an ex-con and the challenges he faces to stay on the straight and narrow.

04/16/2011

Miles For Matheny

Medical Center Raises Awareness For The Physically Impaired

The Matheny Medical and Education Center is taking to the streets in Peapack, N.J. to raise funds and awareness for programs that help the physically impaired become more independent.

04/16/2011

NJ School Hosts Dozens Of Heroic Motivational Speakers

They survived some of the worst tragedies the world has ever known, and on Thursday nearly 50 heroes traveled to a New Jersey school to share their incredible stories.

04/14/2011

Travel Identity Theft Protection

How To Protect Oneself Against Identity Theft On Vacation

As families and couples prep for spring and summer vacations, identity theft is one issue to consider when planning.

04/10/2011

City Bus Race With Big Wheel Toy Bike

Queens Man Races City Bus On Big Wheel

A Queens man decided to take on a city bus on a big wheel toy bike and beat the bus in a race.

04/09/2011

Ailey 2

Ailey 2 Takes The Stage At Ailey Citi Group Theatre

Ailey 2 has kicked off and the Young Company is taking the stage at the Ailey Citi Group Theatre. Ailey 2’s Associate Artistic Director, Troy Powell, and one of the featured dancers, Solomon Dumas, join CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to talk about the performance.

04/09/2011

Harry Potter Exhibition

Time Out New York Kids: Harry Potter, Puppets And Music This Weekend

Time Out New York Kids has some great ideas for your family this weekend. Time Out New York’s Mary Squillace joins CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu live in studio with the details.

04/09/2011

Douglas Hodge

TONY Winner Heads To Perform At Famed Carlyle

Actor and singer Douglas Hodge is showcasing his repertoire at the Carlyle Hotel. The TONY winner and man behind the woman in “La Cage Au Folles” sits down with CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to talk more.

03/20/2011

Harlem Travel Guide

New Book Gives More Than Just The Basics On Harlem

A new book takes a look at the hidden treasures of Harlem. Carolyn Johnson and Valerie Bradley, authors of the “Harlem Travel Guide,” join CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to talk about the historic neighborhood.

03/20/2011

Relief Efforts Continue For Disaster In Japan

More than a week has passed since the disaster in Japan started and several humanitarian organizations mobilized to help earthquake and tsunami victims. UNICEF’s Caryl Stern joins CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to discuss the relief efforts.

03/19/2011

Harlem Japanese Gospel Choir Sings To Raise Disaster Awareness

For many Japanese Americans, including Kiyo Taka, one of the most painful parts of the devastating situation in Japan is being so far away from their loved ones.

03/16/2011

Libyan Leader Muammar Gaddafi Official Visit In Rome

Mideast Expert: Ghadaffi Could Bring ‘Holocaust Of Biblical Proportions’

World Policy Journal editor and Mideast expert David Andelman joins CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu live in the studio to discuss the latest developments on the revolt in Libya.

03/13/2011

Blue Man Group

Blue Man Group Brings New Elements To Show

For the past 20 years, the Blue Man Group has painted the city and the world blue, giving new meaning to the multi-sensory experience.

03/06/2011

Dove shampoo

Magazine Releases Best New Products Awards

For the third year in a row, “Better Homes and Gardens” released its “Best New Product Awards.” The magazine’s Melissa Goldstein joins CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu to discuss beauty and hygiene products.

02/27/2011

Flatbush Fire

Drive Held For Displaced Residents Of Flatbush ‘Voodoo’ Fire

Dozens of residents were forced to flee for their lives last Saturday when a fire tore through their Flatbush apartment building. On Saturday, new efforts were underway to help victims recover from the tragedy.

02/26/2011

Belva Davis

Woman Broke Barriers While Breaking Stories

She was breaking barriers as she was breaking stories. Belva Davis was the first African American television reporter on the West Coast and during her distinguished career she earned multiple Emmy and lifetime achievement awards.

02/20/2011

Last-Minute Filers Race To Make Income Tax Deadlines

Tax Expert: File Soon And Don’t Wait On Forms

If you haven’t started your taxes, it’s not too late; you still have plenty of time. Kelli Grant from SmartMoney.com joins CBS 2 in studio to provide some helpful advice.

02/19/2011

Mom and Baby

New Book Examines Life Raising Kids Without Grandparents

It’s a family dynamic that’s becoming more common: children growing up without grandparents and moms and dads not having the support system of their own parents.

02/19/2011

NJ Leukemia Victim’s Mom Carries On Son’s Memory With Comic Book Class

Budget cuts at School 21 in Paterson may have taken away its art and music teacher, but thanks to the family of a former student from Glen Rock, art has made a comeback in a very creative way.

02/16/2011

Cycle For Survival

Cycle For Survival Returns To Battle Sarcoma

The Cycle for Survival cancer fundraiser returns this weekend as people hop on bikes to ride in gyms across the world.

02/12/2011

Ka

Cirque Du Soleil Performs ‘Ka’ In Studio

The Year of the Rabbit celebrations take to the streets of Chinatown on Sunday for the Luna New Year Parade. Artistic director Marie Helen Gagnon joins CBS 2 to talk about their “Ka” performance.

02/06/2011

NYC Celebrates Chinese Lunar New Year

Celebrations for the Year of the Rabbit kicked off this week with the party lasting for 15 days.

02/05/2011

A sign opposing President Hosni Mubarak is seen at a cafe on Steinway Street in Little Egypt - Queens, NY - Jan 31, 2011 - Photo: Paul Murnane / WCBS 880

Columbia University Professor Breaks Down Egypt Crisis

The crisis in Egypt continues without signs of letting up until leadership changes, but what will that look like and what does its future hold?

02/05/2011

Winter Jam NYC

Weekend Weather Makes For Perfect Time Out With Family

It’s healthy to get out for some weekend fun with the whole family. Time Out New York Kids has some great suggestions. Executive Editor Rory Halperin joins CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu with the details.

02/05/2011

San Gennaro Battle

Annual Italian Festival Dividing Community

The annual San Gennaro Festival runs for 11 days through Little Italy and Nolita and an estimated 1 million people attend the feast every year. Despite the festival’s popularity, some residents call it a nightmare.

01/30/2011

Winter Got You Down? It’s Seasonal Affective Disorder

A condition called Seasonal Affective Disorder is in full swing with this winter weather and Renata Gelman of Partners in Care joined CBS 2 in studio to explain it.

01/29/2011

Russell Newberry

New York Boat Show Sails Into Javits Center

From the Jets to the boats, the New York Boat Show is under way at the Javits Center and one of the festival’s attractions is in studio: Russell Newberry of the Deadliest Catch.

01/22/2011

David Weinstone and Music for Aardvarks Band

Time Out: From Children’s Music To Children’s Books

On a frigid day, there are some great indoor events good for the whole family. Time Out New York Kids has some great suggestions. Web editor Raven Snook spoke with CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu about the details.

01/22/2011

NYC Students ‘Laugh It Out’ In Improv Comedy Classes

Teachers and parents do all they can to keep students from dropping out of school, and now a group of local comedians has joined the fight.

12/30/2010

Online shopping

Parents Must Watch For Kids While Shopping Online

With Christmas just a week away, there’s a warning out there for parents. If your kids are going high-tech when it comes to writing that list for Santa, there could be potential problems.

12/19/2010

Holiday shopping

Holiday Gift Guide: High Tech Toys To Keep Fit

‘Tis the season for giving and feasting, so how does one give away some of those pounds we gain over the holidays?

12/08/2010

Holiday shopping

Conquer The Holiday Season With Rewards Shopping

The average American family spends about $800 on holiday gifts each year — and a lot of that just ends up on your credit cards. But believe it or not, one woman was able to buy gifts for her entire family this season without spending a dime.

12/06/2010

Fight Against Breast Cancer Continues In Annual East Side Fundraiser

The Komen Greater NYC Holiday House is open on the East Side for its third annual fundraiser in the fight against breast cancer. Iris Dankner and designer Jennifer Cohler Mason spoke with CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu live in studio for more.

12/05/2010

The Maccabeats perform

Yeshiva Maccabeats Perform Live In Studio

Last week, they were a small group of singers from Yeshiva University. Now, they’re a YouTube sensation. The Maccabeats joined CBS 2 live in studio to perform their hit.

12/05/2010

Christmas Returns To The Rockaways For Diabetes Fundraiser

The Rockaways get a taste of Christmas on Saturday night with the kickoff of the Little North Pole—the 15th annual fundraiser for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.

12/04/2010

Boynton Releases New Children’s Book Of ‘Udder Absurdity’

Children’s book author Sandra Boynton joins CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu live in studio to talk about her new book.

12/04/2010

Woman To Turn Canceled Wedding Into Benefit Gala

Robin Rogers had her wedding all planned — including booking a venue and designing invitations. However, she and her finance had to call off the wedding. Now she hopes it won’t go to waste and is throwing a fundraiser for a local soup kitchen.

12/03/2010

Christmas ornaments

Avoid Hidden Dangers During Holiday Celebrations

For many people the holidays mean a house full of family and friends. But there are hidden dangers in many homes that can ruin the celebration.

12/02/2010

Brooklyn District Attorney Charles "Joe" Hynes with the winners of the anti-bullying contest - Brooklyn, NY - Dec 1, 2010 - Photo: Kings County District Attorney

NYC Fifth Graders Write Rap Song To Combat Bullying

Two New York City students are being praised for their efforts in an anti-bullying video contest.

12/01/2010

Santa School

Volunteers Of America Director Speaks Of Sidewalk Santas

CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu sat down in studio with Volunteers of America New York City director Rachel Weinstein about the Sidewalk Santa program.

11/21/2010

NYC Girls Club Bakes Holiday Pies For Charity

If you’re searching for a sweet dessert for your holiday meal, there are some young bakers in New York City who are cooking up a storm in the name of charity.

11/19/2010

Santa School

Non-Profit Set To Graduate Santas For Holiday Season

Sidewalk Santas started training this week and the folks who don the red and white suits are learning how to suit up, stuff their bellies, get those beards on straight and give a great “Ho, ho, ho!”

11/18/2010

This Weekend: Chocolate, Books And Bluegrass

It’s a wonderful weekend to get out with the kids with fabulous weather and great events in and around the city. Time Out New York Kids Executive Editor Rory Halperin joins CBS 2 with some ideas.

11/13/2010

Bus Collects Pajamas For Children In Need

A yellow school bus decorated with 50 pairs of pajamas has been rolling around Westchester County this week.

11/12/2010

Home Health Aide Convicted Of Abusing Elderly Patient

A home health aide has been convicted of brutalizing an 86-year-old Brooklyn woman who suffers from Alzheimer’s, leaving her on the floor while she watched television.

11/10/2010

Furry Friend Finder: Adopt Della

NEW YORK (CBS 2) — CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu shows off Della, a 2-year-old Chihuahua from California. You can adopt this puppy by contacting the Humane Society of New York.

11/07/2010

Gadi Yarkoni

Blind Israeli Runs Marathon For Man’s Best Friend

When Israeli solider Gadi Yarkoni lost his sight in Lebanon 15 years ago, it only took a short time before he decided he wasn’t going to live in the dark anymore.

11/06/2010

Heart Transplant Survivor Nicknamed Ironman

7-Year-Old ‘Iron Man’ Recovers From Heart Transplant

They call him Ironman. But he’s not Robert Downey, Jr. and he’s not on the big screen. He’s a 7-year-old boy from the Bronx who just underwent a heart transplant last week, CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu reports.

11/04/2010

Seniors Love To Spook On Halloween

NEW YORK (CBS 2) — Halloween isn’t just for kids. Adults, young and old, enjoy the frightful holiday, too! CBS 2’s Cindy Hsu met some Halloween lovers who’ve been dressing up for more than 70 years and have no plans on slowing down.

10/30/2010

Trevor Warner

N.J. Gym Teacher Saves Fallen Teen’s Life

A teenager who had a heart attack during gym class was recovering Wednesday night after his teacher helped save his life.

10/27/2010

New Law Offers More Info To Breast Cancer Patients

The law will require hospitals to give women undergoing mastectomies all their options when it comes to reconstructive surgery.

10/23/2010

Paula Abdul

Dancers Audition In NYC For Paula Abdul Reality Show

Hundreds of men, women and children of all ages lined up at the West Side’s Javits Center as early as 2 a.m. on Thursday for one goal: show Paula Abdul that they can dance.

10/14/2010

Birthday Bash Held For 58 Centenarians In Flushing

Get ready for an amazing birthday party, where everyone celebrating was at least 100 years old. The New Yorkers who’ve seen it all had plenty of advice for a long and happy life.

10/13/2010

JDRF Walk to Cure Diabetes

Walk To Cure Diabetes 2010

New Yorkers turned out Sunday for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Walk To Cure Diabetes. The five mile walk itself was scheduled for 10:00 a.m., starting at Battery Park.

10/03/2010

Rutgers Tragedy Puts Cyber Bullying Back In Spotlight

Rutgers student Tyler Clementi’s death is a wake-up call for everyone, about the tragic consequences of cyber bullying and harassment.

09/30/2010

NY Businesses Going Pink For Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and many people buy pink to help support the cause – but do you know which products pack the most powerful punch?

09/29/2010

Seen At 11: ‘Memories Live’

If you’ve ever gone through the pain of losing someone you love, you know the grieving process is heart-wrenching. Now, some families are choosing to face death in a new way, leaving behind a lifetime of memories.

09/24/2010

Foster pets

Pets Across Tri-State In Need Of Foster Families

If you love animals, but can’t commit to years of taking care of a furry friend there’s a huge need for foster families to open their homes.

09/24/2010

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